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While most of the second home retirement tourism studies are qualitative in nature, knowledge on retirees' demographic profile and their spending dynamics is limited. We sampled Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) participants at multiple data collection points, and received 504 usable completed...

Author(s)
Wong KeeMun [Wong, K. M. B. ]; Ghazali Musa
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Tourism Management, 2017, 60, pp 42-46
Abstract

Cultural sustainability is the concept for the recovery and protection of cultural identities. It is linked to previous traditional practices through celebrating local and regional histories and passing down cultural values to future generations. Nowaday, geoparks as an innovation for the...

Author(s)
Farsani, N. T.; Coelho, C.; Costa, C.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 2012, 17, 1, pp 30-47
Abstract

Geoparks, as an innovation for the protection of natural and geological heritages, play an important role in the development of geotourism. While developing geotourism, the establishment of geoparks can generate new job opportunities, new economic activities and additional sources of income,...

Author(s)
Farsani, N. T.; Coelho, C.; Costa, C.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, UK
Citation
International Journal of Tourism Research, 2011, 13, 1, pp 68-81
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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
Abstract

This paper assesses whether, in an age of social and cultural globalisation, place-specific cultural differences continue to exist between domestic Australian and international Asian university students, resulting in divergent leisure patterns among these populations. The paper is based on a survey ...

Author(s)
Carr, N.; Axelsen, M.
Publisher
ANZALS (School of Leisure, Sport Tourism), Lindfield, Australia
Citation
Annals of Leisure Research, 2009, 12, 1, pp 47-64
Abstract

Author(s)
Guthrie, A.
Publisher
Australian Veterinary Association (N.S.W) Division, Artarmon, Australia
Citation
Australian Equine Veterinarian, 2010, 29, 4, pp 68-69
Abstract

This study examines the demand for Thai tourism by 7 major origin countries (Australia, Japan, Korea Republic, Singapore, Malaysia, the UK and the USA), using data covering the period 1963-2000 in Australia and the UK, and 1968-2000 for the other countries. The general-to-specific modelling...

Author(s)
Song HaiYan; Witt, S. F.; Li Gang
Publisher
IP Publishing Limited, London, UK
Citation
Tourism Economics, 2003, 9, 4, pp 363-387
Abstract

A model was developed that explains international tourist flows from 9 countries (Australia, France, Germany, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, the UK, and the USA) to Thailand to forecast tourism demand from that market. Multiple regression analysis was applied over time series data from...

Author(s)
Hao, J.; Var, T.; Chon, J.
Publisher
Cognizant Communication Corporation, Elmsford, USA
Citation
Tourism Analysis, 2003, 8, 1, pp 33-45
Abstract

A formal, theoretical model of the dynamic structure of tourism demand is developed from consideration of information flows. The result is a nonlinear, diffusion form of model specification. Such models are estimated for seven major sources (Canada and USA, Germany, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand,...

Author(s)
Morley, C. L.
Citation
Annals of Tourism Research, 1998, 25, 1, pp 70-84
Abstract

An overview of the timeshare industry in the Asia-Pacific region is provided. Although still in its infancy, South East Asia, together with Japan, accounts for around 4% of global resorts and Australia, New Zealand and Fiji combined represent another 3% and the timeshare concept constitutes but one ...

Author(s)
Dean, P.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1997, No. 4, pp 38-57

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