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The paper describes how input-output modelling methods have been used, to estimate economic impacts of tourism expenditure in Ireland and passenger fares during 1990 and 1995, measured as GNP, employment, government revenue and Balance of Payments credit. Full details of calculating 1990 impacts...
This article presents data from an exploratory study carried out over a 12 month period using qualitative research methods. The study tests theoretical concepts adapted from the model of the ‘vicious circles of job segregation’ (Collinson et al. , Managing to Discriminate. Routledge, London,...
Casual empiricism suggests that there may be a cyclical trend associated with international tourist arrivals in which variation around the linear trend can be formed by the interaction with other cyclical phenomena. This paper employs a simple model that incorporates a linear trend and sine...
This paper examines the trends of tourism in North East England. In particular, we focus on the area of Northumbria to show the potential of tourism for economic development in the region. Within this analysis, we concentrate on the demand for tourism in the region, and in particular we are...
In its specific concern with route-based itineraries, this paper examines the complex tensions and conflicts that ensue from the marketing of cultural artefacts as tourism commodities. The paper analyses the characteristics and trends of the contemporary utilization of the medieval pilgrimage...
The rapid development of China's domestic tourism in the 1990s is receiving more and more attention in China. The improvement of the national economy, the personality of Chinese culture, and the abundant tourism resources have all played roles in its growth. This article summarizes China's...
This paper discusses the recent experiences of vernacular house tourism in China, based on a case study of hutong tourism in Beijing. It is argued that the vernacular house could be an important cultural resource for tourism development. The theoretical implications of vernacular house tourism...
The purpose of the study was to determine what exogenous variables best explained the travel demand for Mainland Chinese tourists to Hong Kong. The 12 years (1984–1995) annual time series data of ‘number of Mainland Chinese tourist arrivals’, ‘China disposable income per capita’,...
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