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This study investigates the use of variety-seeking in the segmentation of international travelers. Segmentation studies mainly utilize traditional segmentation criteria, such as nationality, country of origin, other trip characteristics of international travelers, and consumer behaviors....

Author(s)
Legohérel, P.; Hsu, C. H. C.; Daucé, B.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Tourism Management, 2015, 46, pp 359-366
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Compared to other OECD countries Australia depends heavily on immigration as a source of population growth. This can have implications for its tourism industry. This paper investigates whether immigration leads to an increase in inbound tourism to Australia. Tourism arrivals were regressed against, ...

Author(s)
Seetaram, N.; Dwyer, L.
Publisher
Hüseyin Yıldırım, Ankara, Turkey
Citation
Anatolia, 2009, 20, 1, pp 212-222
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Author(s)
Guthrie, A.
Publisher
Australian Veterinary Association (N.S.W) Division, Artarmon, Australia
Citation
Australian Equine Veterinarian, 2010, 29, 4, pp 68-69
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This article revisits the topic of international differences in restaurant tipping. Taking a different approach, this study examines the tipping habits of tourists (n=983) from 7 distinct countries, 4 Asian (China, Malaysia, Singapore, and Taiwan) and 3 Western (USA, Canada and Australia), while in ...

Author(s)
Dewald, B. W. A. (Ben)
Publisher
Hüseyin Yıldırım, Ankara, Turkey
Citation
Anatolia, 2001, 12, 2, pp 139-151
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Tourist arrivals series from Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Singapore to Australia exhibit strong seasonality. This paper applies the moving average technique for estimating the seasonal components of time series to monthly tourist arrivals time series data to Australia. The autocorrelation and partial...

Author(s)
Lim, C.; McAleer, M.
Citation
Annals of Tourism Research, 2001, 28, 1, pp 68-82
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Various exponential smoothing models are estimated over the period 1975-99 to forecast quarterly tourist arrivals to Australia from Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Singapore. The root mean squared error criterion is used as a measure of forecast accuracy. Prior to obtaining the one-quarter-ahead forecasts ...

Author(s)
Lim, C.; McAleer, M.
Publisher
Pergamon Press, Oxford, UK
Citation
Annals of Tourism Research, 2001, 28, 4, pp 965-977
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Projected trends in the Australian outbound travel market are described. The effects of tax reform and the staging of the Olympic Games in 2000 are discussed. Trends are discussed by market segmentation, including for holidays; visiting friends and relatives; business; and other miscellaneous....

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Forecast - Tourism Forecasting Council, 2000, 5, 2, pp 9-14
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This study was designed to identify selection criteria and specific skills/areas of knowledge that are important to the success of expatriate hotel managers in China. Expatriate manager concerns and perceived causes of failure were also studied. The sample included 133 expatriots from Singapore,...

Author(s)
Feng Feng; Pearson, T. E.
Citation
International Journal of Hospitality Management, 1999, 18, 3, pp 309-321

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