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The league table of the world's biggest outbound travel markets puts countries such as the GFR and the USA at the top. However, much of this travel is to neighbouring countries in the form of day trips, a huge segment of the travel market that is difficult to measure. The study, based on work done...

Author(s)
Edwards, A.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1989, No. 3, pp 67-86
Abstract

The opening up of the borders of the countries of Eastern Europe in 1990/91 has generated increasing flows of tourists particularly from Western European countries. These tourists can essentially be categorized into two groups: the inquisitive and business tourists. Many more see the occasion as...

Author(s)
Kreck, L. A.; Grossmann, M.
Citation
Revue de Tourisme, 1994, 49, 1, pp 14-22
Abstract

This paper looks at the latest tourism figures worldwide, focusing on the UK statistics and trends. These figures confirm an increase in international tourism since the difficult year of 1991, yet this growth is at a much lower level than during the previous three decades. It is likely that over...

Author(s)
Cooper, C. P.; Latham, J.
Citation
Leisure Management, 1995, 15, 3, pp 26-28
Abstract

Estimates of U.S. demand for travel to Western Europe (including the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Austria and Denmark) are calculated using a gradual switching regression procedure (GSRP) based on the U.S. annual data of visits from 1960-85. The two benefits of this procedure...

Author(s)
Gallet, C. A.; Braun, B. M.
Publisher
Pergamon Press, Oxford, UK
Citation
Annals of Tourism Research, 2001, 28, 2, pp 503-507