Under the leadership of the al-Maktoum family invested Dubai, a member of the United Arab Emirates, massively in infrastructure to reduce the national dependence on oil and gas deposits. As an established international destination for shipping, business and tourism initiatives in the Middle East, Dubai embarked on a new project mega scale: to build the world’s largest amusement park called Dubailand. Examines various aspects of Dubai’s background, world real estate and tourism trends and s … Read more »

Under the leadership of the al-Maktoum family invested Dubai, a member of the United Arab Emirates, massively in infrastructure to reduce the national dependence on oil and gas deposits. As an established international destination for shipping, business and tourism initiatives in the Middle East, Dubai embarked on a new project mega scale: to build the world’s largest amusement park called Dubailand. Examines various aspects of Dubai’s background, world real estate and tourism trends, environmental and political conditions of the region, to support a discussion of this ambitious project feasibility.
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William Goetzmann,
Irina Tarsis
Source: Harvard Business School
28 pages.
Publication Date: Jul 14, in 2006. Prod #: 207005-PDF-ENG
Dubailand: Dubai Destination HBR case solution

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