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L’assemblage dynamique des chaînes logistiques touristiques : vers une réappropriation des activités par les acteurs tunisiens

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  • Frédéric Pellegrin-Romeggio
  • Dominique Bonet Fernandez
  • Hatem Trimeche

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Tourism is often seen as a key factor in boosting a country such as the Mediterranean. Although research generally describes the tourism industry in the form of different supply chains, there is little work on the problem of assembly. Through the concept

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  • Frédéric Pellegrin-Romeggio & Dominique Bonet Fernandez & Hatem Trimeche, 2014. "L’assemblage dynamique des chaînes logistiques touristiques : vers une réappropriation des activités par les acteurs tunisiens," Working Papers 2014-251, Department of Research, Ipag Business School.
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    1. Sandra Camus & Lubica Hikkerova & Jean-Michel Sahut, 2010. "Tourisme durable: une approche systémique," Post-Print hal-00565503, HAL.
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    tourism supply chain; dynamic assembly; Tunisia.;

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