Elizabeth Becker

Becker discussed The Goose With the Golden Eggs: Tourism on Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast.

Elizabeth Becker is the author of OVERBOOKED: the Exploding Business of Travel and Tourism which Arthur Frommer called “required reading for anyone interested in the future of travel.” She reported on international and national affairs as a correspondent at the New York Times, winning multiple awards, was the senior foreign editor of National Public Radio, and began her career as a war correspondent in Cambodia for the Washington Post. She is the author of the classic WHEN THE WAR WAS OVER, Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge.

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