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This study is an attempt to apply peace research, with its value-oriented, cross-disciplinary approach, to the global structure of tourism. It is argued that a tourist industry can support national development, and international tourism promotes understanding and solidarity between different...

Author(s)
Hoeivik, T.; Heiberg, T.
Publisher
International Peace Research Institute., Oslo, Norway
Citation
Tourism, structural violence and self-reliance., 1977, pp 80pp.
Abstract

This study is concerned with the estimation of the export demand equations for tourist services. It provides a quantitative explanation of the allocation of a country's exports of tourist services to various countries and measures the individual and combined effects of the main variables...

Author(s)
Paraskevopoulos, G. N.
Publisher
Center of Planning and Economic Research., Athens, Greece
Citation
An econometric analysis of international tourism., 1977, pp 110pp.
Abstract

The 27th annual conference of the Pacific Area Travel Association (PATA) was held in New Delhi on 23rd-26th January. Some of the views expressed are reproduced. Mr. Desai pointed out that tourism should not be developed simply in its own right as a way of increasing national income, but also as a...

Citation
Eastern Economist, 1978, 70, 5, pp 185-186
Abstract

International tourism payments in the OECD area totalled over US $40,000 billion in 1977. This was partly due to renewed efforts to step up promotional activities aimed at ensuring that tourism supply in general was more effectively geared to an increasingly large market to which all income and age ...

Publisher
Paris., France
Citation
Tourism policy and international tourism in OECD member countries., 1978, pp 195pp.
Abstract

A compilation of the definitions and methods used by national tourism administrations in over a hundred countries to collect and present data on international tourism. It is intended to promote critical review of the statistics available to help pinpoint current problems of comparability of...

Publisher
Madrid., Spain
Citation
Methodological supplement to World Travel Statistics., 1978,
Abstract

This publication defines the components and characteristics of the tourism industry, in order to develop a systems model for international tourism marketing in developing countries, and to apply the model in a case study of South Korea. Key elements of the systems model, which was intended to be...

Author(s)
Hauenschild, G. von
Citation
Dissertation Abstracts International, A, 1978, 39, 2, pp p. 1707
Abstract

Firstly the international tourism research activities of the United States Travel Service (USTS), the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA), and Domestic and International Business Administration (DIBA) are described in terms of the programs' overall purpose, structure, and the use of the research...

Author(s)
Shipka, B. D.; Wynegar, D.; Licari, J. M.; Lawrence, L. E.
Publisher
US Department of Commerce., Washington, D.C., USA
Citation
United States Government activities in travel research. A one-day seminar sponsored by The Travel Research Association, Washington Metropolitan Area Chapter in cooperation with The United States Travel Service, Wednesday, October 19, 1977 at The Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, D.C., 1978, pp 12-27
Abstract

Foreign travel was still down in 1977 in relation to total personal spending and in terms of visitor/days. The length of visit fell even further as charters attracted new short-stay travellers, while the purchasing power of the dollar varied widely between countries and over time. The real value of ...

Citation
International Tourism Quarterly, 1978, 4, pp 15-23
Abstract

Several key correlation coefficients in the tourism field are determined: international tourist arrivals/hotel occupancy rates, international tourist arrivals/hotel room rates, and average room rates/hotel room occupancy rates during the period 1971-1975. There was only a tenuous correlation...

Author(s)
Zeitoun, M.
Citation
Travel Research Journal, 1978, 2, pp 25-31
Abstract

International tourism tends to be regarded as recreational activity for individuals or as disposal of discretionary income. But is also an instrument of international economic policy and a diversified commercial activity which affects wide areas of national economies. A quantitative and qualitative ...

Author(s)
Wandner, S. A.; Erden, J. van
Citation
Travel Research Journal, 1978, 1, pp 63-71

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