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José Manuel Leguizamón Tiusabá

Research professor at the Faculty of Administration of Tourism and Hospitality at the Externado University of Colombia

José Manuel Leguizamón TiusabáJosé Manuel Leguizamón Tiusabá is a research professor at the Faculty of Administration of Tourism and Hospitality at the Externado University of Colombia, where he has carried out several researches on the preservation and transformation of traditional Colombian cuisine and gastronomy.

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Political Turmoil in Latin America: What Effects on Tourism Demand?

What are the effects of the recent political turmoil in Latin America on the region's tourism demand? Relying on a simple microeconomics principle, the concept of externalities, this analysis helps to explain why there is so much unrest in South America and its impact on the tourism sector.

The Future of Hospitality Industry in Colombia

On November 24, 2016, the signing of the Final Agreement for the Termination of the Conflict between the Colombian State and the Revolutionary Army Forces of Colombia (FARC) put (at least formally) an end to the oldest and largest civil war in the Americas.
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