Contributors

Hall, Colin Michael (1961-)

Also known as
C. Hall
C. M. Hall
C. Michael Hall
Colin Hall
Colin Michael Hall
Hall, C. M. (1961-)
Hall, C. M. (C. Michael) (1961-)
Hall, Colin Michael
M. C. Hall
M. Hall
Michael C. Hall
Michael Hall
Field of activity
Tourism; Climate Change; Environmental Change; Environmental History; Food Studies; Geography; Regional Development; Wine Studies; Regional Studies; Social Marketing; Resilience; Sustainability; Sustainable Consumption; Business Ecology
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NLA Persistent Identifier
https://nla.gov.au/nla.party-594725

Biographies

Michael is currently Professor in Marketing in the Department of Management, Marketing & Entrepreneurship at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, joining the department at the start of 2007. He is also currently Docent in the Department of Geography, University of Oulu, Finland; and a Visiting Professor in the Business School, Linneaus University, Kalmar, Sweden and Senior Research Fellow, School of Tourism & Hospitality, University of Johannesburg. He is also a frequent visitor to Umeå University and the School of Service Management at Lund Helsingborg campus, both in Sweden; as well as the Centre for Tourism Studies, University of Eastern Finland, Savonlinna. Prior positions in Australia, New Zealand and elsewhere include Professor in Tourism at the University of Otago where he was also head of department for six years; Professor of Tourism and Service Management at Victoria University of Wellington; Visiting Professor at Sheffield Hallam University, UK and Centre for Tourism Studies, University of Eastern Finland; and Honorary Professor in the Department of Marketing, Stirling University, Scotland. His doctorate is in geography from the University of Western Australia, from which he also received an honours degree in politics. His masters is from the faculty of environmental studies at the University of Waterloo, Canada, in geography/resource management. He has honorary doctorates from the Universities of Umeå in Sweden (2008), Oulu in Finland (2012) and Lund University, Sweden (2016). According to McKercher [B., A citation analysis of tourism scholars. Tourism Management (2008), doi:10.1016/j.tourman.2008.03.003] he was the third most frequently cited tourism scholar 1970-2007 and the most frequently cited 1998-2007. This analysis only included books and journal articles. In 2009 he was named the Elsevier ScienceDirect ‘For Great Thinking’, Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences category winner.

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ORCID

  1. Researcher Profile at ORCID
    http://orcid.org/0000-0002-7734-4587
  2. Google Scholar
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    Google Scholar citations: http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=d5GFhXYAAAAJ
  3. Academia website
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  4. Mendeley profile
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  5. Gender and choice of methodology in tourism social science research
    [2017]
  6. Who visits World Heritage? A comparative analysis of three cultural sites
    [2017]
  7. Social License to Operate and Adaptive Co-Marketing: Exchange, Social Capital and Community-Based Social Marketing
    [2016-11]
  8. Social License to Operate and Adaptive Co-Marketing: Exchange, Social Capital and Community-Based Social Marketing
  9. The Challenges of Changing the Paradigms, Regimes and Structures of Low Carbon Mobility
    [2016-11]
  10. Accommodation Consumers and Providers’ Attitudes, Behaviours and Practices for Sustainability: A Systematic Review
    [2016-07]
  11. The capacity of New Zealand to accommodate the halal tourism market — Or not
    [2016-04]
  12. A Local Perspective on Cross-Border Tourism. Russian Second Home Ownership in Eastern Finland
    [2016]
  13. A report on the Paris Climate Change Agreement and its implications for tourism: why we will always have Paris
    [2016]
  14. Business and post-disaster management: Business, organisational and consumer resilience and the Christchurch earthquakes
    [2016]
  15. Can tourism be part of the decarbonized global economy? The costs and risks of alternate carbon reduction policy pathways
    [2016]
  16. Climate change and cultural heritage: Conservation and heritage tourism in the anthropocene
    [2016]
  17. Corporate social marketing in tourism: to sleep or not to sleep with the enemy?
    [2016]
  18. From governance to meta-governance in tourism? Re-incorporating politics, interests and values in the analysis of tourism governance
    [2016]
  19. Heirloom products in heritage places: Farmers’ markets, local food and food diversity
    [2016]
  20. Heritage in the intergovernmental panel on climate change assessment reports: A lexical assessment
    [2016]
  21. Heritage, heritage tourism and climate change
    [2016]
  22. Intervening in academic interventions: framing social marketing's potential for successful sustainable tourism behavioural change
    [2016]
  23. Loving nature to death: Tourism consumption, biodiversity loss and the anthropocene
    [2016]
  24. Optimizing or maximizing growth? A challenge for sustainable tourism
    [2016]
  25. Sharing cathartic stories online: The internet as a means of expression following a crisis event
    [2016]
  26. Spirituality, drugs, and tourism: Tourists’ and shamans’ experiences of ayahuasca in iquitos, Peru
    [2016]
  27. Substitute or addition to hypermobile lifestyles? Second home mobility and Finnish CO<inf>2</inf> emissions
    [2016]
  28. The DMO is dead. Long live the DMO (or, why dmo managers don’t care about post-structuralism)
    [2016]
  29. The Informal Sector: A Review and Agenda for Management Research
    [2016]
  30. The manager's dilemma: a conceptualization of online review manipulation strategies
    [2016]
  31. The marketplace management of illegal elixirs: illicit consumption of rhino horn
    [2016]
  32. Weather preferences of French tourists: lessons for climate change impact assessment
    [2016]
  33. Denying bogus skepticism in climate change and tourism research
    [2015-04]
  34. Denying bogus skepticism in climate change and tourism research
    [2015]
  35. No time for smokescreen skepticism: A rejoinder to Shani and Arad
    [2015-04]
  36. No time for smokescreen skepticism: A rejoinder to Shani and Arad
    [2015]
  37. Inter-market variability in CO2 emission-intensities in tourism: Implications for destination marketing and carbon management
    [2015-02]
  38. Inter-market variability in CO2 emission-intensities in tourism: Implications for destination marketing and carbon management
    [2015]
  39. Impact of the residential environment on second home use in Finland – Testing the compensation hypothesis
    [2015-01]
  40. Impact of the residential environment on second home use in Finland - Testing the compensation hypothesis
    [2015]
  41. A review of the IPCC Fifth Assessment and implications for tourism sector climate resilience and decarbonization
    [2015]
  42. Corrigendum to "Impact of the residential environment on second home use in Finland - Testing the compensation hypothesis" [Landsc. Urban Plan. 133 (2015) 12-23] 10.1016/j.landurbplan.2014.11.002
    [2015]
  43. Do families hold the Pacific together? VFR voyaging and new expressions of diasporic networks
    [2015]
  44. Drug or spirituality seekers? Consuming ayahuasca
    [2015]
  45. Exploring the poverty reduction potential of social marketing in tourism development
    [2015]
  46. Factors affecting tourists' public transport use and areas visited at destinations
    [2015]
  47. Following the impact factor: Utilitarianism or academic compliance?
    [2015]
  48. Global change, Islands and sustainable development: Islands of sustainability or analogues of the challenge of sustainable development?
    [2015]
  49. Length of family vacations, children’s age and parenting style
    [2015]
  50. Marine tourism in the face of global change: The resilience of enterprises to crises in Thailand and Australia
    [2015]
  51. Mountaineering and climate change
    [2015]
  52. On climate change skepticism and denial in tourism
    [2015]
  53. On the mobility of tourism mobilities
    [2015]
  54. Second home governance in the EU: in and out of Finland and Malta
    [2015]
  55. Second homes planning, policy and governance
    [2015]
  56. The contribution of Roy Wolfe (1917-2014) to tourism geography
    [2015]
  57. The internationalisation of social marketing research
    [2015]
  58. Tourism and biological exchange and invasions: a missing dimension in sustainable tourism?
    [2015]
  59. Tourism for whom: The unmet challenge
    [2015]
  60. Tourist use of public transport at destinations – a review
    [2015]
  61. Vanishing peripheries: Does tourism consume places?
    [2015]
  62. Measurement of Restaurant Manager Expectations toward Halal Certification Using Factor and Cluster Analysis
    [2014-03]
  63. Elite interviews: critical practice and tourism
    [2014]
  64. Linking diasporas and tourism: Transnational mobilities of Pacific Islanders resident in New Zealand
    [2014]
  65. The changing self-identity of English wine
    [2014]
  66. Tourism
    [2014]
  67. Tourism and poverty alleviation: Perceptions and experiences of poor people in Sapa, Vietnam
    [2014]
  68. Tourism and social marketing
    [2014]
  69. Tourism innovation policy: Implementation and outcomes
    [2014]
  70. Tourism planning and human security: Knowledge and intervention construction and trust in “solving” environmental change
    [2014]
  71. Tourism services: A sustainable service business?
    [2014]
  72. Tourism, climate change and development
    [2014]
  73. Will Climate Change Kill Santa Claus? Climate Change and High-Latitude Christmas Place Branding
    [2014]
  74. Wine consumption and behaviour in New Zealand
    [2014]
  75. Challenges of tourism in a low-carbon economy
    [2013]
  76. Challenges of tourism in a low-carbon economy
    [2013]
  77. Christmas Tourists' Perceptions to Climate Change in Rovaniemi, Finland
    [2013]
  78. Christmas Tourists’ Perceptions to Climate Change in Rovaniemi, Finland
    [2013]
  79. Climate Change and Tourism
    [2013]
  80. The Primacy of Climate Change for Sustainable International Tourism
    [2013]
  81. Development(s) in the geographies of tourism: Knowledge(s), actions and cultures
    [2013]
  82. FRAMING TOURISM GEOGRAPHY: NOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND
    [2013]
  83. Financial crises in tourism and beyond: Connecting economic, resource and environmental securities
    [2013]
  84. Framing behavioural approaches to understanding and governing sustainable tourism consumption: beyond neoliberalism, "nudging" and "green growth"?
    [2013]
  85. Framing behavioural approaches to understanding and governing sustainable tourism consumption: beyond neoliberalism, “nudging” and “green growth”?
    [2013]
  86. Hospitality Industry Responses to Climate Change: A Benchmark Study of Taiwanese Tourist Hotels
    [2013]
  87. Hospitality Industry Responses to Climate Change: A Benchmark Study of Taiwanese Tourist Hotels
    [2013]
  88. Re-framing the relevance and presentations of northern geographies
    [2013]
  89. Regulatory and institutional barriers to new business development: The case of Swedish wine tourism
    [2013]
  90. Russian second home owners in Eastern Finland: Involvement in the local community
    [2013]
  91. Second home tourism in Finland: Current trends and eco-social impacts
    [2013]
  92. Small firms and wine and food tourism in New Zealand: Issues of collaboration, clusters and lifestyles
    [2013]
  93. Social marketing and tourism: What is the evidence?
    [2013]
  94. UNDERSTANDING TOURISM: A CRITICAL INTRODUCTION
    [2013]
  95. Vanishing Peripheries: Does Tourism Consume Places?
    [2013]
  96. Why forage when you don't have to? Personal and cultural meaning in recreational foraging: a New Zealand study
    [2013]
  97. edited by Geoffrey Crouch and J.R. Brent Ritchie, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2012, 2 Volumes, Vol. 1, xx + 497 pp., Vol. 2, xi + 565 pp., £360 (hardback), ISBN 978-1-84980-927-6
    [2013]
  98. CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR AND DEMAND RESPONSE OF TOURISTS TO CLIMATE CHANGE
    [2012]
  99. Consumer behaviour and demand response of tourists to climate change
    [2012]
  100. Consumer behaviour and demand response of tourists to climate change
    [2012]
  101. Consumerism and tourism: Are they cousins?
    [2012]
  102. Glow-worm tourism in Australia and New Zealand
    [2012]
  103. Governance and responsible tourism
    [2012]
  104. Governance and responsible tourism.
    [2012]
  105. Heritage tourism: Heritage tourists
    [2012]
  106. Hypermobile travellers
    [2012]
  107. International tourism and climate change
    [2012]
  108. International tourism and climate change
    [2012]
  109. International tourism and climate change
    [2012]
  110. John Muir and William Gladstone Steel: Activists and the establishment of Yosemite and Crater Lake National Parks
    [2012]
  111. Lifestyle values, resilience, and nature-based tourism's contribution to conservation on Australia's Great Barrier Reef
    [2012]
  112. Medical and health tourism: The development and implications of medical mobility
    [2012]
  113. Post-colonialism: Academic responsibility?
    [2012]
  114. Public-private collaboration in the tourism sector: Balancing legitimacy and effectiveness in local tourism partnerships. The Spanish case
    [2012]
  115. Public–private collaboration in the tourism sector: balancing legitimacy and effectiveness in local tourism partnerships. The Spanish case
    [2012]
  116. Restaurant Manager and Halal Certification in Malaysia
    [2012]
  117. Restaurant Manager andHalalCertification in Malaysia
  118. Restaurant managers' perspectives on halal certification
    [2012]
  119. TOURISM PLACE-MAKING Governance of Locality in Sweden
    [2012]
  120. Tourism place-making
    [2012]
  121. Tourism place-making. Governance of Locality in Sweden.
    [2012]
  122. The contradictions and paradoxes of slow food: Environmental change, sustainability and the conservation of taste
    [2012]
  123. The resilience of formal and informal tourism enterprises to disasters: Reef tourism in Phuket, Thailand
    [2012]
  124. The resilience of formal and informal tourism enterprises to disasters: reef tourism in Phuket, Thailand
    [2012]
  125. The resilience of formal and informal tourism enterprises to disasters: reef tourism in Phuket, Thailand
    [2012]
  126. The state of sex: tourism, sex and sin in the New American Heartland
    [2012]
  127. Tourism and climate change: A need for critical analysis
    [2012]
  128. Tourism and water use: Supply, demand, and security. An international review
    [2012]
  129. Tourism and water use: Supply, demand, and security. An international review
    [2012]
  130. Tourism and water use: Supply, demand, and security. An international review
    [2012]
  131. Transition management: A tool for implementing sustainable tourism scenarios?
    [2012]
  132. Transition management: a tool for implementing sustainable tourism scenarios?
    [2012]
  133. Transition management: a tool for implementing sustainable tourism scenarios?
    [2012]
  134. World Heritage sites: Managing the brand
    [2012]
  135. Consumerism, Tourism and Voluntary Simplicity: We All have to Consume, But Do We Really have to Travel So Much to be Happy?
    [2011-01]
  136. A typology of governance and its implications for tourism policy analysis
    [2011]
  137. A typology of governance and its implications for tourism policy analysis
    [2011]
  138. Biosecurity, tourism and mobility: Institutional arrangements for managing tourism-related biological invasions
    [2011]
  139. Biosecurity, tourism and mobility: institutional arrangements for managing tourism-related biological invasions
    [2011]
  140. Can community-based tourism contribute to development and poverty alleviation? Lessons from Nicaragua
    [2011]
  141. Can community-based tourism contribute to development and poverty alleviation? Lessons from Nicaragua
    [2011]
  142. Can community-based tourism contribute to development and poverty alleviation? Lessons from nicaragua
    [2011]
  143. Climate Change and its Impacts on Tourism: Regional Assessments, Knowledge Gaps and Issues
    [2011]
  144. Concluding thoughts Where does fieldwork end and tourism begin?
    [2011]
  145. Fieldwork in Tourism: Methods, Issues and Reflections
    [2011]
  146. Fieldwork in tourism/touring fields Where does tourism end and fieldwork begin?
    [2011]
  147. Forests and trees as charismatic mega-flora: implications for heritage tourism and conservation
    [2011]
  148. Forests, climate change and tourism
    [2011]
  149. Health and medical tourism: a kill or cure for global public health?
    [2011]
  150. Housing tourists: Accommodating short-term visitors
    [2011]
  151. Making wilderness: Tourism and the history of the wilderness idea in Iceland
    [2011]
  152. Making wilderness: tourism and the history of the wilderness idea in Iceland
    [2011]
  153. Medical tourism: emerging biosecurity and nosocomial issues
    [2011]
  154. Policy learning and policy failure in sustainable tourism governance: from first- and second-order to third-order change?
    [2011]
  155. Policy learning and policy failure in sustainable tourism governance: from first- and second-order to third-order change?
    [2011]
  156. Publish and perish? Bibliometric analysis, journal ranking and the assessment of research quality in tourism
    [2011]
  157. Publish and perish? Bibliometric analysis, journal ranking and the assessment of research quality in tourism
    [2011]
  158. Researching the political in tourism Where knowledge meets power
    [2011]
  159. Rights and regulation of travel and tourism mobility
    [2011]
  160. Seeing the forest for the trees: tourism and the International Year of Forests
    [2011]
  161. Sustaining urban place-making
    [2011]
  162. Academic Capitalism, Academic Responsibility and Tourism Academics: or, the Silence of the Lambs?
    [2010-01]
  163. A citation analysis of tourism recreation research
    [2010]
  164. An Island Biogeographical Approach to Island Tourism and Biodiversity: An Exploratory Study of the Caribbean and Pacific Islands
    [2010]
  165. An Island Biogeographical Approach to Island Tourism and Biodiversity: An Exploratory Study of the Caribbean and Pacific Islands
    [2010]
  166. An Island biogeographical approach to Island tourism and biodiversity: An exploratory study of the caribbean and Pacific Islands
    [2010]
  167. Beach management principles and practice
    [2010]
  168. Biodiversity, biosecurity, and cruising in the Arctic and sub-Arctic
    [2010]
  169. Blending coffee and fair trade hospitality
    [2010]
  170. Changing paradigms and global change: From sustainable to steady-state tourism
    [2010]
  171. Coffee servicescapes: The design of café culture in New Zealand
    [2010]
  172. Copreneurship in rural tourism: exploring women's experiences
    [2010]
  173. Crisis events in tourism: subjects of crisis in tourism
    [2010]
  174. Crisis events in tourism: subjects of crisis in tourism
    [2010]
  175. Equal Access for All? Regulative Mechanisms, Inequality and Tourism Mobility
    [2010]
  176. Equal access for all? Regulative mechanisms, inequality and tourism mobility.
    [2010]
  177. Tourism and welfare: ethics, responsibility and well-being.
    [2010]
  178. Glow-worm tourism in Australia and New Zealand: Commodifying and conserving charismatic micro-fauna
    [2010]
  179. Island Destinations: A Natural Laboratory for Tourism Introduction
    [2010]
  180. Island Destinations: A Natural Laboratory for Tourism: Introduction
    [2010]
  181. Island destinations: A natural laboratory for tourism introduction
    [2010]
  182. John Muir: Pioneer of nature preservation
    [2010]
  183. Polar Tourism: Definitions and Dimensions
    [2010]
  184. Polar Tourism: Definitions and Dimensions
    [2010]
  185. Polar tourism: Definitions and dimensions
    [2010]
  186. The contribution of Neil Leiper to tourism studies
    [2010]
  187. The contribution of Neil Leiper to tourism studies
    [2010]
  188. The future of tourism: Can tourism growth and climate policy be reconciled? A mitigation perspective
    [2010]
  189. Tourism and biodiversity: more significant than climate change?
    [2010]
  190. Tourism and change in polar regions : climate, environments and experiences
    [2010]
  191. Tourism and the implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity
    [2010]
  192. Yes, Virginia, there is a tourism class: Why class still matters in tourism analysis
    [2010]
  193. Tourists and Heritage: All Things Must Come to Pass
    [2009-01]
  194. Archetypal Approaches to Implementation and their Implications for Tourism Policy
    [2009]
  195. Degrowing Tourism: Décroissance, Sustainable Consumption and Steady-State Tourism
    [2009]
  196. Degrowing tourism: Décroissance, sustainable consumption and steady-state tourism
    [2009]
  197. Global Environmental Change and Tourism Enterprise
    [2009]
  198. Global environmental change and tourism enterprise
    [2009]
  199. Heritage tourism in the Pacific: Modernity, myth, and identity
    [2009]
  200. Nordic tourism : issues and cases
    [2009]
  201. Post-disciplinary tourism
    [2009]
  202. Power in tourism: Tourism in power
    [2009]
  203. Progress in Tourism Management: From the geography of tourism to geographies of tourism - A review
    [2009]
  204. Progress in Tourism Management: From the geography of tourism to geographies of tourism - A review
    [2009]
  205. Progress in Tourism Management: From the geography of tourism to geographies of tourism – A review
    [2009]
  206. Sharing space with visitors: The servicescape of the commercial exurban home
    [2009]
  207. Sustainable tourism futures : perspectives on systems, restructuring and innovations
    [2009]
  208. Sustaining urban tourism?
    [2009]
  209. The public policy context of tourism entrepreneurship
    [2009]
  210. Tourism and national parks : international perspectives on development, histories, and change
    [2009]
  211. Tourism policy and politics in southern africa
    [2009]
  212. Understanding and Managing Tourism Impacts: An Integrated Approach
    [2009]
  213. Understanding and Managing Tourism Impacts: An integrated approach
    [2009]
  214. Tourism and Climate Change: Knowledge Gaps and Issues
    [2008-01]
  215. 'A long and still-unfinished story?': Constructing and defining Asian regionalisms
    [2008]
  216. A Companion to Tourism
    [2008]
  217. Conclusion: Mobilities of commerce
    [2008]
  218. Global Issues, Contemporary Interactions
    [2008]
  219. International Business and Tourism: Global Issues, Contemporary Interactions
    [2008]
  220. Regulating the international trade in tourism services
    [2008]
  221. tourism and international business - tourism as international business
    [2008]
  222. Conclusion: mobilities of commerce
    [2008]
  223. Consequences of visitation at the contemporary destination
    [2008]
  224. Contemporary tourism marketing
    [2008]
  225. Contemporary tourism product markets
    [2008]
  226. Contemporary tourism systems
    [2008]
  227. Contemporary tourists, tourist behaviour and flows
    [2008]
  228. Delivering the contemporary tourism product: the destination
    [2008]
  229. Governing the contemporary tourism product
    [2008]
  230. Marketing and branding the contemporary destination
    [2008]
  231. Planning and managing the contemporary destination
    [2008]
  232. Supporting the contemporary tourism product: service management
    [2008]
  233. The scope of the contemporary tourism sector
    [2008]
  234. The tourism industry: contemporary issues
    [2008]
  235. Tourism in the twenty-first century: contemporary tourism in an uncertain world
    [2008]
  236. Constructing and defining Asian regionalisms
    [2008]
  237. Contemporary Themes and Challenges in Tourism Research
    [2008]
  238. Contemporary tourism : an international approach
    [2008]
  239. Food and wine festivals and events around the world : development, management and markets
    [2008]
  240. Future issues and trends: Food events, festivals and farmers' markets
    [2008]
  241. Marketing and managing an attraction over time: The case of hagley park, christchurch
    [2008]
  242. Modelling the Patterns and Drivers of Tourism Related Employment for South-East Queensland, Australia—A Spatial Econometric Approach
    [2008]
  243. Nordic tourism: Issues and cases
    [2008]
  244. Of Time and Space and Other Things: Laws of Tourism and the Geographies of Contemporary Mobilities
    [2008]
  245. Of time and space and other things: laws of tourism and the geographies of contemporary mobilities.
    [2008]
  246. Of time and space and other things: Laws of tourism and the geographies of contemporary mobilities
    [2008]
  247. Perspectives on Systems, Restructuring and Innovations
    [2008]
  248. Perspectives on Systems, Restructuring and Innovations
    [2008]
  249. Synthesis and Conclusions
    [2008]
  250. Tourism Firm Innovation and Sustainability
    [2008]
  251. Preface: Tourism and change in northern geographies?
    [2008]
  252. Regulating the international trade in tourism services
    [2008]
  253. SERVICESCAPES, DESIGNSCAPES, BRANDING, AND THE CREATION OF PLACE-IDENTITY: SOUTH OF LITCHFIELD, CHRISTCHURCH
    [2008]
  254. Servicescapes, Designscapes, Branding, and The Creation of Place‐Identity: South of Litchfield, Christchurch
    [2008]
  255. Servicescapes, designscapes, branding, and the creation of place-identity: South of Litchfield, Christchurch
    [2008]
  256. Santa Claus, place branding and competition
    [2008]
  257. Sustainable tourism futures perspectives on systems, restructuring, and innovations
    [2008]
  258. Swedish Tourism and Climate Change Mitigation: An Emerging Conflict?
    [2008]
  259. Swedish tourism and climate change mitigation: An emerging conflict?
    [2008]
  260. Swedish tourism and climate change mitigation: An emerging conflict?
    [2008]
  261. The Development of Cross-Cultural (Mis)Understanding Through Volunteer Tourism
    [2008]
  262. The Development of Cross-Cultural (Mis)Understanding Through Volunteer Tourism
    [2008]
  263. The development of cross-cultural (mis)understanding through volunteer tourism
    [2008]
  264. The Development of Cross-Cultural (Mis)Understanding Through Volunteer Tourism
    [2008]
  265. The Helsingborg Statement on Sustainable Tourism
    [2008]
  266. The Helsingborg statement on sustainable tourism
    [2008]
  267. The Potential for Appreciative Inquiry in Tourism Research
    [2008]
  268. The Potential for Appreciative Inquiry in Tourism Research
    [2008]
  269. The Potential for Appreciative Inquiry in Tourism Research
    [2008]
  270. The potential for Appreciative Inquiry in tourism research
    [2008]
  271. The Public Policy Context of Tourism Entrepreneurship
    [2008]
  272. The South Korean hotel sector's perspectives on the 'pre-' and 'post-event' impacts of the co-hosted 2002 Football World Cup
    [2008]
  273. Tourism and Innovation
    [2008]
  274. Tourism and Public Policy
    [2008]
  275. Tourism and innovation
    [2008]
  276. Tourism planning : policies, processes and relationships
    [2008]
  277. Tourism: Conceptualizations, Institutions, and Issues
    [2008]
  278. World geography of travel and tourism : a regional approach
    [2008]
  279. Book Review
    [2007]
  280. Contemporary Tourism: An International Approach
    [2007]
  281. Foreword
    [2007]
  282. Introduction to tourism in Australia : development, issues and change
    [2007]
  283. North-south perspectives on tourism, regional development and peripheral areas.
    [2007]
  284. Politics, power and indigenous tourism
    [2007]
  285. Politics, power and indigenous tourism
    [2007]
  286. Pro-Poor Tourism: Do 'Tourism Exchanges Benefit Primarily the Countries of the South'?
    [2007]
  287. Pro-poor tourism : who benefits? : perspectives on tourism and poverty reduction
    [2007]
  288. Pro-poor tourism: Do 'tourism exchanges benefit primarily the countries of the south'?
    [2007]
  289. Publications in Review: Hospitality 2010: The Future of Hospitality and Travel, by Marvin Cetron, Fred DeMicco, and Owen Davies. Pearson Prentice Hall (Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 07458, USA), 2006. ISBN: 0-13-147579-7, xviii + 285 pages (tables, appendices), US$28 (paperback)
    [2007]
  290. Response to Yeoman et al: The fakery of 'The authentic tourist'
    [2007]
  291. Response to Yeoman et al: The fakery of 'The authentic tourist'
    [2007]
  292. Response to Yeoman et al: The fakery of ‘The authentic tourist’
    [2007]
  293. Safety and security in tourism : relationships, management, and marketing
    [2007]
  294. Tourism and Regional Competitiveness
    [2007]
  295. Tourism and regional competitiveness
    [2007]
  296. Tourism, governance and the (mis-)location of power
    [2007]
  297. Tourism, migration and place advantage in the global cultural economy
    [2007]
  298. Tourism, migration and place advantage in the global cultural economy
    [2007]
  299. Wine marketing: A practical guide
    [2007]
  300. A path for policy
    [2006]
  301. Amenity migration in the South Island of New Zealand: Contestation for land and landscape in central Otago
    [2006]
  302. Book Review
    [2006]
  303. Buddhism, tourism and the middle way
    [2006]
  304. Bushwalkers, national parks and the age of conservation: The creation of Australia's first Alpine National Park
    [2006]
  305. Demography
    [2006]
  306. Editorial
    [2006]
  307. Editorial: The Geography of Tourism is Dead. Long Live Geographies of Tourism and Mobility
    [2006]
  308. Editorial: The geography of tourism is dead. Long live geographies of tourism and mobility
    [2006]
  309. Finnish boaters and their outdoor activity choices
    [2006]
  310. Gastronomy, food and wine tourism
    [2006]
  311. Implementing the World Heritage Convention: What happens after listing?
    [2006]
  312. Introduction: Culinary Tourism and Regional Development: From Slow Food to Slow Tourism?
    [2006]
  313. Lake Tourism : an integrated approach to lacustrine tourism systems
    [2006]
  314. Lake tourism : an integrated approach to lacustrine tourism systems
    [2006]
  315. Lake tourism in New Zealand: Sustainable management issues
    [2006]
  316. Lake tourism: An integrated approach to lacustrine tourism systems
    [2006]
  317. Lake tourism: An introduction to lacustrine tourism systems
    [2006]
  318. Local Food in Tourism: An Investigation of the New Zealand South Island's Bed and Breakfast Sector's Use and Perception of Local Food
    [2006]
  319. New Zealand tourism entrepreneur attitudes and behaviours with respect to climate change adaptation and mitigation
    [2006]
  320. New Zealand tourism entrepreneur attitudes and behaviours with respect to climate change adaptation and mitigation
    [2006]
  321. Research agendas and issues in lake tourism: From local to global concerns
    [2006]
  322. Stewart Island, New Zealand
    [2006]
  323. The geography of tourism and recreation : environment, place and space
    [2006]
  324. Tourism and Post-Disciplinary Enquiry
    [2006]
  325. Tourism and post-disciplinary enquiry
    [2006]
  326. Tourism and global environmental change : ecological, social, economic, and political interrelationships
    [2006]
  327. Tourism and the New Europe: Views from Beyond Europe
    [2006]
  328. Tourism and the new Europe: views from beyond Europe.
    [2006]
  329. Tourism, migration and place advantage in the global cultural economy
    [2006]
  330. Uncertainties in predicting tourist flows under scenarios of climate change
    [2006]
  331. Uncertainties in predicting tourist flows under scenarios of climate change
    [2006]
  332. Uncertainties in predicting travel flows: Common ground and research needs. A reply to Bigano et al.
    [2006]
  333. Uncertainties in predicting travel flows: common ground and research needs. A reply to Bigano et al.
    [2006]
  334. Urban entrepreneurship, corporate interests and sports mega-events: The thin policies of competitiveness within the hard outcomes of neoliberalism
    [2006]
  335. Urban entrepreneurship, corporate interests and sports mega-events: the thin policies of competitiveness within the hard outcomes of neoliberalism
    [2006]
  336. Wine Tourism Research: The State of Play
    [2006]
  337. Mobilizing Tourism: A Post-disciplinary Critique
    [2005-01]
  338. An introduction to tourism and global environmental change
    [2005]
  339. Biosecurity and wine tourism
    [2005]
  340. Biosecurity and wine tourism
    [2005]
  341. Biosecurity and wine tourism
    [2005]
  342. Business Goals in the Small-scale Accommodation Sector in New Zealand
    [2005]
  343. Competing from the periphery : mobility, tourism and regional development
    [2005]
  344. Content Analysis
    [2005]
  345. Content analysis.
    [2005]
  346. The Future of Tourism Research
    [2005]
  347. The future of tourism research.
    [2005]
  348. Content analysis
    [2005]
  349. Gastronomic tourismComparing food and wine tourism experiences
    [2005]
  350. Gastronomy, food and wine tourism
    [2005]
  351. Making tourism sustainable: The real challenge of climate change?
    [2005]
  352. Nature-based tourism in peripheral areas : development or disaster?
    [2005]
  353. Oceania : a tourism handbook
    [2005]
  354. Reconsidering the Geography of Tourism and Contemporary Mobility
    [2005]
  355. Reconsidering the geography of tourism and contemporary mobility
    [2005]
  356. Rural wine and food tourism cluster and network development
    [2005]
  357. Sport tourism planning
    [2005]
  358. Systems of surveillance and control: commentary on 'An analysis of institutional contributors to three major academic tourism journals: 1992-2001'
    [2005]
  359. Systems of surveillance and control: commentary on `An analysis of institutional contributors to three major academic tourism journals: 1992–2001'
    [2005]
  360. The future of tourism research
    [2005]
  361. Time, space, tourism and social physics
    [2005]
  362. Tourism : rethinking the social science of mobility
    [2005]
  363. Tourism and Global Environmental Change
    [2005]
  364. Tourism and global environmental change: Ecological, social, economic and political interrelationships
    [2005]
  365. Tourism urbanisation and global environmental change
    [2005]
  366. Tourism, biodiversity and global environmental change
    [2005]
  367. Tourism, disease and global environmental change The fourth transition?
    [2005]
  368. Tourism, recreation, and climate change
    [2005]
  369. Wake up ... this is serious Conclusion
    [2005]
  370. A companion to tourism
    [2004]
  371. Gastronomic tourism - Comparing food and wine tourism experiences
    [2004]
  372. Introduction: Second homes, curse or blessing? Revisited
    [2004]
  373. Leisure and tourism landscapes: social and cultural geographies
    [2004]
  374. Nature-based tourism in peripheral areas: Development or disaster?
    [2004]
  375. Nature-based tourism in peripheral areas: Introduction
    [2004]
  376. Nature-based tourism in peripheral areas: Making peripheral destinations competitive
    [2004]
  377. Reflexivity and tourism research: Situating myself and/with others
    [2004]
  378. Second home tourism impact, planning and management
    [2004]
  379. Second homes in New Zealand
    [2004]
  380. Small Firms and Wine and Food Tourism in New Zealand: Issues of Collaboration, Clusters and Lifestyles
    [2004]
  381. The future of second home tourism
    [2004]
  382. The post-visit consumer behaviour of New Zealand winery visitors
    [2004]
  383. Tourism and postcolonialism : contested discourses, identities and representations
    [2004]
  384. Tourism and postcolonialism: An introduction
    [2004]
  385. Tourism sustainability and health impacts in high altitude adventure, cultural and ecotourism destinations: A case study of Nepal's Sagarmatha National Park
    [2004]
  386. Tourism, mobility and second homes: Between elite landscape and common ground
    [2004]

Resources by Colin Michael Hall (87)

  1. Tourism in the Pacific Rim / Colin Michael Hall
    Hall, Colin Michael, 1961-
    [ Book : 1997 ]
    At 36 libraries
    Tourism in the Pacific Rim / Colin Michael Hall
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    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 36,898.289)

  2. Tourism : rethinking the social science of mobility / C. Michael Hall
    Hall, Colin Michael, 1961-
    [ Book : 2005 ]
    At 17 libraries
    Tourism : rethinking the social science of mobility / C. Michael Hall
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 36,838.703)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 36,838.703)

  3. The geography of hope : the history, identification and preservation of wilderness in Australia : this thesis is presented for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy of the University of Western Australia, Department of Geography / Colin Michael Hall
    Hall, Colin Michael, 1961-
    [ Thesis : 1988 ]
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 36,671.512)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 36,671.512)

  4. Introduction to tourism in Australia : development, issues and change / Colin Michael Hall
    Hall, Colin Michael, 1961-
    [ Book : 2007 ]
    At 63 libraries
    Introduction to tourism in Australia : development, issues and change / Colin Michael Hall
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 36,664.508)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 36,664.508)

  5. Tourism in the Pacific Rim : development, impacts and markets / Colin Michael Hall
    Hall, Colin Michael, 1961-
    [ Book : 1994-1997 ]
    At 43 libraries
    Tourism in the Pacific Rim : development, impacts and markets / Colin Michael Hall
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 36,622.543)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 36,622.543)

  6. Wine, food, and tourism marketing / C. Michael Hall, editor
    Hall, Colin Michael, 1961-
    [ Book : 1900-2003 ]
    Languages: English;Undetermined;lis, [2 others]
    View online (access conditions)
    At 24 libraries
    Wine, food, and tourism marketing / C. Michael Hall, editor
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    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 36,584.801)

  7. Wasteland to world heritage : preserving Australia's wilderness / Michael Colin Hall
    Hall, Colin Michael, 1961-
    [ Book : 1992 ]
    At 66 libraries
    Wasteland to world heritage : preserving Australia's wilderness / Michael Colin Hall
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 36,555.824)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 36,555.824)

  8. Decision-making, political behaviour and institutional arrangements in water resources management : a study of the management of the Peel-Harvey Estuarine system, south-west Western Australia / by Colin Hall
    Hall, Colin Michael, 1961-
    [ Book : 1982 ]
    At WA State Library
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 36,541.715)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 36,541.715)

  9. Tourism and politics : policy, power, and place / Colin Michael Hall
    Hall, Colin Michael, 1961-
    [ Book : 1994 ]
    At 36 libraries
    Tourism and politics : policy, power, and place / Colin Michael Hall
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 36,473.375)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 36,473.375)

  10. Introduction to tourism : development, dimensions and issues / Colin Michael Hall
    Hall, Colin Michael, 1961-
    [ Book : 1998 ]
    At 41 libraries
    Introduction to tourism : development, dimensions and issues / Colin Michael Hall
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 36,441.25)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 36,441.25)

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  1. Lawrence, Michael Colin (1955-)
    Crystallographer
    ... Lawrence, Michael Colin (19550715-) ... The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research (1915 - ) ... Michael Colin Lawrence is an internationally recognised expert in protein crystallography. He ... position as Research Fellow at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research. He was part of the ...
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  2. The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research (1915-)
    ... Lawrence, Michael Colin (Mike) (1955 - ) ... Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Research in Pathology and Medicine ... The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research can trace its beginnings to 1915, when the ... : "The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (WEHI) is one of Australia's foremost medical research ...
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  3. Craig, Colin
    Actor; Director
    ... Healy, Michael ... Colin Craig is an Actor, Director who is mentioned in 3 events in the AusStage database ...
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  1. REGISTER OF CLERGYMEN 1961.
    Commonwealth of Australia Gazette (National : 1901 - 1973) Thursday 19 January 1961 [Issue No.4] p 172

    Government Gazette Notices

    ... REGISTER OF CLERGYMEN 1961. Officc of the Principal Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages ... , Courts and Titles Registries Office, Canberra City, ACT 4th January, 1961 TN accordance with section 30 ... 3900 words
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  2. APPOINTMENTS Premier's Department, Sydney, 20th December, 1961.
    Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001) Friday 22 December 1961 [Issue No.137] p 4026

    Government Gazette Appointments And Employment

    ... APPOINTMENTS Premier's Department, Sydney, 20th December, 1961. HIS Excellency the Governor, with ... from the 29th August, 1961, R. J. HEFFRON, Premier. Department of the Attorney-General and of Justice ... 2135 words
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 1,564.25)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 1,564.25)

  3. Native Employment Ordinance 1958-1961. EXEMPTIONS.
    Territory of Papua and New Guinea Government Gazette (1949 - 1971) Thursday 22 November 1962 [Issue No.57] p 704

    Government Gazette Notices

    ... Native Employment Ordinance 1958-1961. EXEMPTIONS. 'pHE following list of exemptions granted under ... Gervais Lovett. 57. Campbell, C. I. H. (deceased) Estate of. 411. Carpenter, Colin Gordon. 60. Carroll ... 2149 words
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 1,559.197)

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  1. VALEDICTORY Mr. Colin J. Peacock.
    The Dalby Herald (Qld. : 1910 - 1954) Friday 20 June 1930 p 2 Article
    ... VALEDICTORY Mr. Colin J. Peacock. The civil servants from the SJtate Departments represented in ... Dalby gathered last evening at the Courthouse to hid farewell to Mr. Colin J. Peacock, clerk of the C ... 870 words
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  2. MICHAEL ARLEN'S "LILY CHRISTINE."
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Friday 24 February 1933 p 5 Article
    ... MICHAEL ARLEN'S "LILY CHRISTINE." The big restaurant tel that ÍB seen in "Lily Christine," the ... and n large reception lounge and hall. Lily Christine in tim person of lovely Corinne Griffith, is ... 210 words
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  3. ST. MICHAEL'S, DACEYVILLE.
    Freeman's Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1932) Thursday 25 February 1932 p 34 Article
    ... ST. MICHAEL'S, DACEYVILLE. The president, Mr. McMullen, presided over a meeting of thirty ... second, 'The Prize Fight,' the honors were decidedly with Mr. Frank Colinse. The third sketch, 'My Turn ... 174 words
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 2,055.815)

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  1. Handel in the Mix: Music by Michael Kieran Harvey, Colin Spiers, Richard Vella and G.F. Handel and performed by Michael Kieran Harvey, Arabella Teniswood-Harvey, Karen Cummings and Colin Spiers
    Teniswood-Harvey, A; Harvey, M; Spiers, C; Cummings, K
    [ Article : 2016 ]
    At Uni of Tas: Inst Rep
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  2. Remembering Wolfenden: Justice Michael Kirby offers his personal reflections on fifty years of homosexual law reform.(ESSAY)
    Kirby, Michael
    Meanjin
    [ Article : 2007 ]
    View online (conditions apply)
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    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 104.895)

  3. THE MOST DISTINGUISHED ORDER OF ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE. (1 January 1939)
    Great Britain. Office of Commonwealth Relations; ; Great Britain. Office of Commonwealth Relations
    The Dominions Office and Colonial Office list for ...
    [ Article : 1939 ]
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    THE MOST DISTINGUISHED ORDER OF ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE. (1 January 1939)
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 104.137)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 104.137)

  4. Transcript of doorstop; Hall, ACT; 13 June 2018; funding for the Barton Highway
    Mccormack, Michael
    [ Article : 2018 ]
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    At Parliament Library
    Transcript of doorstop; Hall, ACT; 13 June 2018; funding for the Barton Highway
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  1. Così fan tutte / Mozart
    Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791
    [ Sound, Microform, Map : 1934-2018 ]
    Languages: Italian;English;German;French, [7 others]
    View online (access conditions)
    At 27 libraries
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 3.159)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 3.159)

  1. McDiarmid Colin & Kevin Family
    McDiarmid Colin & Kevin Family
    Created by ColinMcDiarmid, 796 items.

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  2. Randwick Sporting Hall of Champions
    Randwick Sporting Hall of Champions
    Created by Drewy, 81 items.

    Articles about inductees to the Randwick Sporting Hall of Champions, commenced in 1993

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    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 194.842)

  3. Grogan Family
    Grogan Family
    Created by ritekgirl, 37 items.

    Anything relating to the descendents of the Grogan family (children of Michael GROGAN

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    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 70.847)

  1. Black diamonds : the Aboriginal and Islander sports hall of fame / Colin & Paul Tatz
    Tatz, Colin
    [ Book : 1996 ]
    At 104 libraries
    Black diamonds : the Aboriginal and Islander sports hall of fame / Colin & Paul Tatz
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    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 422.379)

  2. The Hall effect in metals and alloys
    Hurd, Colin M
    [ Book : 1972 ]
    View online (access conditions)
    At 11 libraries
    The Hall effect in metals and alloys
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    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 308.126)

  3. Old hall, new hall / Michael Innes
    Innes, Michael, 1906-1994
    [ Book : 1956-2011 ]
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    At 7 libraries
    Old hall, new hall / Michael Innes
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 285.059)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 285.059)

  4. The scarlet letter / Nathaniel Hawthorne
    Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864
    [ Book, Audio book, Sound : 1800-2020 ]
    Languages: English;Chinese;Spanish;Italian, [16 others]
    View online (access conditions)
    At 174 libraries
    The scarlet letter / Nathaniel Hawthorne
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    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 266.247)

  1. Colin Brumby Collection
    Brumby, Colin, 1933-2018
    [ Published : 1950-2015 ]
    View online (access conditions)
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    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 386.279)

  2. Colin Brumby Collection
    Brumby, Colin, 1933-2018
    [ Published : 1950-2015 ]
    At State Library of QLD
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    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 291.741)

  3. Colin Malcolm McDonald papers
    McDonald, Colin Malcolm, 1899-1982
    [ Published : 1924-1982 ]
    At WA State Library
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    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 286.605)

  1. 2004 Colin Simpson LectureHilary McPhee - 'Writers in the Global Australian Village'
    Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Radio National
    [ Sound : 2004 ]
    View online
    At ABC Radio National
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    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 204.419)

  2. Summer Season - 2004 Colin Simpson Lecture Hilary McPhee - 'Writers in the Global Australian Village'
    Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Radio National
    [ Sound : 2005 ]
    View online
    At ABC Radio National
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 200.6)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 200.6)

  3. Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame Oral Histories and Digital Stories
    Weekes, Ray
    [ Video : 2010-2017 ]
    View online (access conditions)
    At State Library of QLD
    Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame Oral Histories and Digital Stories
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    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 141.63)

  4. Transcript of interview with Michael Rowland and Beverley O'Connor: ABC2 News Breakfast: 2 July 2010: Labor's mining tax
    Bishop, Julie
    [ Sound : 2010 ]
    View online
    At Parliament Library
    Transcript of interview with Michael Rowland and Beverley O'Connor: ABC2 News Breakfast: 2 July 2010: Labor's mining tax
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 139.536)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 139.536)