Marleen Dekker interviewed by ND about tourism in African nature reserves

Prof. Marleen Dekker was interviewed by Nederlands Dagblad about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on tourism in African nature reserves. Economist Dekker points to the downside of globalisation, with the international market for tourism having completely stopped as an effect of the pandemic. Prof. Dekker suggests a reform of tourism, stimulating national tourism for nature reserves, with different pricing for national and international visitors.

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Date, time and location

14 November 2020