Evaluación de los impactos en curso y a posteriori de que Braga (Portugal) sea la Capital Europea de la Juventud en 2012

Autores/as

  • Paula Cristina Remoaldo University Of Minho
  • Márcio Góis Master in Geography by University of Minho
  • José Cadima Ribeiro University of Minho

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.25145/j.pasos.2017.15.052

Palabras clave:

Impactos percibidos, Enfoque cuantitativo, Percepciones de los residentes y participantes, Mega-eventos, Capital Europea de la Juventud 2012

Resumen

El objetivo principal de este trabajo fue evaluar los impactos percibidos por los residentes y participantes do alojamiento por Braga (Portugal) de la Capital Europea de la Juventud 2012 (CEJ 2012). Para lograr estos objetivos, se realizaron dos encuestas: una durante el evento (2012 - 110 encuestados) y otra encuesta ex post (2013 - 73 encuestados). El análisis comparativo nos permitió llegar a la conclusión de que había una percepción más positiva de los impactos de la celebración de la EJC 2012 en el período ex post que durante el año del evento. El mejor indicador de la percepción de los efectos del alojamiento del mega-evento es, seguramente, la afirmación comúnmente expresada por los encuestados de que la ciudad debe concurrir para albergar similares mega-eventos en el futuro.

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Biografía del autor/a

Paula Cristina Remoaldo, University Of Minho

Associate professor of Department of Geography at University of Minho, Portugal

Márcio Góis, Master in Geography by University of Minho

Master in Geography by University of Minho

José Cadima Ribeiro, University of Minho

Full Professor at the Department of Economics, University of Minho (Portugal), since 1997. His main research and teaching interests are: Regional Economics; Regional Planning; Tourism Economics; and Portuguese and European Economics. He has presented several papers in Portuguese and International conferences, and published some scientific articles in national and international journals and as book chapters.

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2017-10-24

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Remoaldo, P. C., Góis, M., & Cadima Ribeiro, J. (2017). Evaluación de los impactos en curso y a posteriori de que Braga (Portugal) sea la Capital Europea de la Juventud en 2012. PASOS Revista De Turismo Y Patrimonio Cultural, 15(4), 769-784. https://doi.org/10.25145/j.pasos.2017.15.052

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