The central focus of this book is the interaction between law and tourism with a view to attaining sustainable tourism. This book aims to achieve that goal by approaching law and tourism from various angles. On the one hand, sustainable tourism will be put in a broader context by, for example, outlining the principles and philosophy of sustainable tourism, but also explaining how principles of sustainable tourism can be taught through educational programmes in developing countries. The question therefore arises as to how that Global Code could also be integrated in legal teaching. There are, moreover, many examples in developing countries of successful sustainable tourism. To provide concrete examples of those success stories and to critically analyze them, we focus on one particular case, the case of Indonesia, and cite cases of sustainable tourism (strongly focusing on how law and legal rules have contributed to sustainable tourism) mostly on the islands of Java and Bali.
Michael Faure is a Professor in Law and Economics at Maastricht University and at Erasmus University Rotterdam Ni Ketut Supasti Dharmawan works at the Udayana University in Bali, Indonesia I Made Budi Arsika works at the Udayana University in Bali, Indonesia
1 Introduction; Part I Sustainable Tourism in Context; 2 Eco- and Sustainable Tourism: Keywords for Contemporary andResponsible Tourism?; 3 Discovering the Spirit of Bali; 4 How Learning Methods Help Students Understand the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism (GCET). A Survey on Hospitality and Tourism Higher Education Institution in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia; 5 Principles and Philosophy of Tourism Development. Indonesia Tourism Law No. 10, Year 2009, Case Study; Part II International Aspects of Sustainable Tourism; 6 Incorporating the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism into the Curriculum of Legal Education in Indonesia: An Exploratory Study; 7 National Treatment Principle of General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) in Indonesia's Tourism Regulation; 8 Legal Aspects of Child Sex Tourism in Southeast Asian Countries; Part III Sustainable Development and Corporate/Commercial Law; 9 Remedying Insolvency Situations - Analyzing Available Mechanisms in the Travel Sector; 10 Micro-, Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises' Regulation and Its Implementation in Supporting Tourism in Bali, Indonesia; 11 Developing Small- and Medium-Sized Tourism Enterprises through Venture Capital: Risks, Liability and the Shifting of Mission; Part IV Case Studies on Sustainable Tourism; 12 Reflecting on Tourism Activities in Bali: A Discourse on Communal Rights, Culture and Hindu Values; 13 Ecotourism and Sustainable Development in Setu Babakan Betawi Cultural Village; 14 The Role of the Customary Village in Cultural Tourism with Environmental Vision (Case Study on the Development of Tourism Village in Bongkasa Pertiwi Village, Badung Regency - Bali); 15 The Implementation of Distribution of People's Priority Rights in and around the Bedugul Tourism Destination; Part V Tourism and Safety; 16 Corporate Responsibility and Corporate Crime Control in the Tourism Industry; 17 Violations of Rules Regulating the Space Layout of Bali Province as a Consequence of the Construction of Hotels and Restaurants in Badung Regency; 18 The Relation between Foreign Tourists' Visits and the Level of Narcotics Crime in Bali and Its Prevention; 19 Comparative and Concluding Remarks.