• The 2010 Shanghai World Expo a Hong Kong Residents’ Perspective
    , economic and social perspectives. Politically, all interviewees believed that the Expo could gain prestige by holding a successfully world-scale event. China could show her ability and gain the respect from other countries. Interviewee B even believed that China could show that she was “one of the...
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  • Business Assignment Cbse
    host nation.  The UAE s Enquiry Mission took place in February and was commended for the level of national support, as well as for the strength and vision of its bid in line with the traditions and values of World Expo.  In accordance with BIE regulations, every country must submit an aid...
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  • The Importance of Event Planning
    , proving that planned events have the potential to generate positive outcomes on the local economy, which in turn can improve the social status of the host city, region or country. It is well illustrated in Shanghai Feature: The Expo Effect 2010: “With the Expo’s theme of “Better City, Better Life...
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  • The World Expo
    hosting a global event. Countries and businesses shows the cultural and description of the business in Expo, more people know will bring more opportunities for them. The impact of World Expo on the host’s economy usually lasts four years after the event, according to the world expo happened before...
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  • Does the Winner Really Take It All: Assessing the Impact of Mega Sport Events on Fdi Flows of the Hosting Country
    DOES THE WINNER REALLY TAKE IT ALL: ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF MEGA SPORT EVENTS ON FDI FLOWS OF THE HOSTING COUNTRY by Valentyna Baloshenko A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MA in Economic Analysis Kyiv School of Economics 2012 Thesis Supervisor...
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  • What Is a Mega Event
    which usually runs over a number of days. World’s Fair or World Expo’s are the most recognised cultural Mega Event. The World Expo’s are considered to be the third largest event in the world in terms of economic and cultural impact, after the World Cup and the Olympic Games. Expos were traditionally...
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  • Hosting the Olympic Games
    be successful and turn a profit. The benefits for hosting the Olympic Games can also be argued to be beneficial socially and have other impacts for the host city other than economic success. The games renovate and remove blight from surrounding areas to Olympic venues. This in turn is a positive...
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  • Tourism
    instance FIFA world cup, Olympic Games and Sea Games. Mega sport events have proved to bring much benefits to the host city or country in terms of economic gains, tangible advantages (including improved infrastructure), and intangible advantages (including community pride and country image) (Fourie...
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  • Toward an Urban Sociology of Mega-Events
    coverage, and economic impacts for the host community. The significance of the mega-event is almost always thought of primarily in terms of its economic impact on a city or state (Lynch and Jensen 1984). Urban residents are inundated with impressive fiscal projections and multipliers pertaining to...
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  • Does Holding the Olympic Games Have Benefits for the Host Country?
    for the host country is that, from the economic point of view, increase the income of revenue. Because of the influx of people who come from all around the world, the needs of consumption will dramatically rise. As a result, it is contributed to the output of factory, which is benefit to the whole...
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  • China convention market
    improved when they host meetings and attract outsiders to visit. The economic impact will also affect to some other related service business such as tourism industry as well. Based on the analysis, in 2009, the 16 percent of total output in tourism and travel industry in U.S.A, take 113 billion U.S...
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  • Tokyo Teleport Town: Between Utopia and Reality
    project having for objective to raise the Tokyo Teleport Town on the artificial island of Odaiba as a showcase of futuristic living. The whole project was supposed to be completed in 1996 in order to host the international urban exposition "World City Expo Tokyo "96"" also called "Tokyo Frontier...
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  • The Situation and Trend of Development of 3d Virtual Exhibition
    industries, accelerating the local economics, promoting the host cities’ image, damaging the environment, and so on. Due to the many effects, many governments make grate efforts to attract the exhibitions. Due to the impacts, people try many different ways to decrease those impacts. What impacts and...
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  • Positive and Negative Impacts on the Growth of Events Industry
    economy. Taking World Expo as a example, in short-term benefits, the visitor come from all over the world bring a great deal of expenditure to the host city, the business opportunities become more in different fields such as transportation, accommodation, food service, in long term benefits, a...
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  • Event
    others (Houndmills, 2011; Davies, Coleman and Ramchandani, 2010). Mega events could also include activities of an economic and political nature such as world expos, UN summits, and commonwealth conferences among others. The environmental impact associated with events are often related to...
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  • Tourism
    enthusiasm and expectations of the Australian inbound tourism market, had a profound effect. The 2008 Beijing Olympic Games helped the world understand China, concerned about Beijing, which tourism development is a very beneficial opportunity to take full advantage of the host country. In the Olympic...
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  • Analysis of Events
    in the in the global media, for example, Olympic Games and World Fairs. Mega-events yield extraordinary high levels of tourism, media coverage, prestige or economic impact for the host destination. they also have a larger time span than other events and could go on for several weeks. The Australian...
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  • How Might the Culture of a Country Influences the Ways in Which a Foreign Company Might Conduct Its Business in That Country?
    expansion of a firm into other countries, in terms of various factors. The influence could be big or small, much depends on the nature of business and firm. A thorough study and tailor-made plan is required to secure a success. Introduction With globalization of economy, it’s more a flat world for...
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  • London 2012
    economic windfall forecasted by economic impact studies’ as Barclay, J. (2009) mentioned on this article. It is important to clarify the difference between financial and economical impact. On one hand the financial is focus on the ‘budgetary balance of the host city’s organising committee...
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  • Report: International Tourism 2010
    Mr. Rifai. 2010 also saw the rise in importance of mega-events – sport, culture and exhibitions - in terms of their extraordinary ability to attract visitors and position host countries as attractive tourism destinations. Notable examples include the Winter Olympics in Canada, the Shanghai Expo...
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