The Political Economy of tourism


  • Claudio Milano Universidade de Barcelona, Departmento de Antropologia Social, Observatori d'Antropologia del Conflicte Urbà (OACU), Observatorio de Antropologia del Conflicto Urbano, Espanha, claudiomilano [at]


political economy, tourism, mobility


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