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The number of Japanese overseas travellers has shown a large increase since 1985, when the value of the yen rose sharply against other currencies. In 1987 the Japanese government announced its 'Ten Million Program', which aimed at doubling the amount of Japanese overseas travel from the 1986 level...

Author(s)
Nozawa, H.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1992, 13, 2, pp 226-234
Abstract

The official forecasts of overseas visitor arrivals in New Zealand to 1994 show continued growth. If growth continues at 7%-8% per annum, a forecast of 2 million visitors in 2000 is possible. The three markets most responsible for the expected increase in 1990 are Australia, the UK and Germany....

Author(s)
Lim, E.
Publisher
New Zealand Tourist and Publicity Department, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
NZTP Economic Research Series, 1990, No. 1, pp 163pp.
Abstract

The research examines the motivations for overseas travel using the concept of 'push' and 'pull' factors. Data were examined from four countries, Japan, France, GFR and the UK. The results indicate that individuals from each of the four countries travel to satisfy the same unmet needs (push...

Author(s)
Yuan, S.; McDonald, C.
Citation
Journal of Travel Research, 1990, 29, 1, pp 42-44
Abstract

This research paper reports on a test of Plog's model of tourism destination preferences, using data from the Tourism Canada/US Travel and Tourism Administration's Foreign Long-haul Pleasure Travel Market Studies for France, Japan, GFR, UK, Switzerland, Singapore and Hong Kong. All data sets were...

Author(s)
Smith, S. L. J.
Citation
Journal of Travel Research, 1990, 28, 4, pp 40-43
Abstract

The annual survey is conducted to obtain qualitative information to supplement the basic visitor arrival statistics for the purpose of assisting the tourism industry in making better planning and marketing decisions. The data collected cover the following aspects: visitor arrival trends; sources of ...

Publisher
Singapore
Citation
Survey of overseas visitors to Singapore 1989., 1990, pp 104pp.
Abstract

The section contains several articles on incentive tourism in selected countries. Jordan: motivation by Bedouins (Klesse, p.17) describes some of Jordan's main natural attractions, historical and cultural features and heritage, accommodation, food, transport links and nomadic peoples which all form ...

Author(s)
Klesse, H. J. (et al)
Citation
Geschäftsreise, 1989, 22, 9, pp 17-23
Abstract

The administration of leisure in Japan is reviewed very briefly and compared with the position in France, the GFR, UK and Switzerland. The role of the administration in the promotion and support of leisure activities is briefly considered.

Author(s)
Hoshino, A.
Citation
Leisure & Recreation, 1989, No. 5, pp 12-15
Abstract

An analysis is made of the package holiday market in five countries: France, GFR, Japan, the UK and USA. Information is given on demographic profiles of holidaymakers, holidays taken, on growth areas, and on the outlook for the future.

Publisher
London, UK
Citation
The world packaged holidays market 1980-1990., 1988, pp 135pp.
Abstract

The extent to which fluctuations in exchange rates and differences between rates of inflation in different destinations have affected geographical patterns of holiday travel is identified. Statistically, the report isolates price factors from non-price factors, notably political developments,...

Author(s)
Edwards, A.
Publisher
Economist Intelligence Unit, London, UK
Citation
Choosing holiday destinations: the impact of exchange rates and inflation., 1987, pp 173pp.
Abstract

The book examines many facets of tourism and its impact on environmentally sensitive areas. Case studies of experiences in Japan, Mexico, Israel, France, Germany, England, the Netherlands, and Australia detail a variety of attempts to try to resolve the disputes and dilemmas arising from tourism...

Author(s)
Bosselman, F. P.
Publisher
The Conservation Foundation., Washington, D.C., USA
Citation
In the wake of the tourist. Managing special places in eight countries., 1978, pp 278pp.

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