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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 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

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
Abstract

This paper describes the responses of 38 travel agents in Kuala Lumpur to a questionnaire sent out in April 1998 about the potential demand of residents in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for holidays in Darwin and the Northern Territory, Australia. Two main forms of analysis are used: a classification of...

Author(s)
Mohsin, A.; Ryan, C.
Citation
Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 1999, 3, 2, pp 41-46
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

The strategies that many destinations have adopted in order to cater for the Japanese golf holiday market are described. Despite the difficulties in defining the market, since many Japanese tourists who participate in golfing tours are part of different market segments, for example, the business...

Author(s)
Sullivan, M.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1996, No. 2, pp 58-70
Abstract

The article reports on an investigation of the effects of some tourism price components on tourism demand, specifically, on potential tourists' choice of destination, using a multinomial logit model analysis of stated choice frequencies. The study serves to highlight the practical use of the...

Author(s)
Morley, C. L.
Citation
Journal of Travel Research, 1995, 33, 2, pp 8-14
Abstract

Econometric modelling of tourism demand is restricted by problems of data aggregation, errors in variables, and multicollinearity. Discrete choice modelling of experimental data can avoid such problems. Data from a well-designed simulated choice experiment avoids selection bias and allows the study ...

Author(s)
Morley, C. L.
Citation
Annals of Tourism Research, 1994, 21, 4, pp 780-791

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