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Tourism stakeholder exclusion and conflict in a small island
Research in the Isle of Man, British Isles, reveals limited and dysfunctional collaboration between stakeholders, and in particular between public and private sector actors. Power and influence over tourism decision making is generally felt to be restricted to a small and opaque network. Moreover, different levels of interest in and support for tourism further divide stakeholders. Various negative consequences are shown to arise from this absence of collaboration, including a lack of shareddoi:10.1080/02614367.2016.1141975 fatcat:so7k2i24mzerlmlqn7fgy3cvwe