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The report forecasts travel and tourism to and within the Far East and Pacific region, now the fastest growing of the major tourist regions of the world. It analyses the potential for travel to the region from individual origin countries both inside and outside the region. Forecasts show travel by...

Author(s)
Edwards, A.
Citation
Special Report - Economist Intelligence Unit, 1990, No. 2030,
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The report contains several articles on congress tourism in Pacific Asia. Congress success on the cards (pp.36-38) looks at conference travel in East Asia, an area which is securing a growing share of this sought-after market and where conference centres, hotels and their staff are considered...

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TW, Tagungs-Wirtschaft, 1990, 14, 5, pp 36-43, 52-56
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The hotel sector in the Asia Pacific region, as in North America, is dominated by major international hotel groups such as Holiday Inn, Hyatt, Sheraton and Hilton. There is, nevertheless, a strong group of regional chains which, although not having the global representation of the major...

Author(s)
Wise, B.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1993, No. 4, pp 57-73
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Among the many types of tourism development in the world today, the most recent and least well known is so-called 'zootourism', a form of ecotourism. Zootourism first developed as game tourism. In recent years, increasing degradation of nature and the growth of ecological awareness have also given...

Author(s)
Visković, N.
Citation
Turizam, 1993, 41, 1-2, pp 23-25
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The publication contains regional overviews of Australia's main tourism markets as well as the major findings and conclusions of research studies conducted in 15 countries on attitudes towards leisure travel to Australia. The purpose of the study is to provide the Australian Tourist Commission with ...

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Sydney., Australia
Citation
International market update 1993: Americas, Asia, Europe, Japan, New Zealand., 1993, pp 143pp.
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Psychographic segmentation in tourism marketing research can be an important tool in ascertaining why tourists choose destinations and what their expectations and perceptions of a holiday experience are. This paper describes the psychographic segmentation procedures with special emphasis on the...

Author(s)
Waryszak, R. Z.; Kim, H.
Citation
Journal of Hospitality & Leisure Marketing, 1994, 2, 4, pp 5-19
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This book is a study of the economic consequences of Australian travel and tourism in the context of people movement in all its forms: inbound, outbound and domestic. It is set out in six sections. Section 1 introduces the scale of the subject, the difficulties caused by the composition of the...

Author(s)
Richardson, J. I.
Publisher
Hospitality Press Pty Ltd., Elsternwick, Australia
Citation
Travel & tourism in Australia: the economic perspective., 1995, pp x + 174 pp.
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The high yield meetings and conventions sector in Australia is attracting growing interest from tourism organizations in Australia and internationally. The considerable marketing efforts directed at this sector have created a demand for comprehensive statistical data on the volume and value of...

Author(s)
Carlsen, J.
Citation
Journal of Tourism Studies, 1995, 6, 2, pp 21-29
Abstract

Australia is the biggest tourism market in the Pacific and in 1994 had a travel intensity abroad of around 14% (one Australian in seven travels abroad). As Australia continues to become a nation oriented towards Asia, so Asian countries are tending to attract a growing share of Australian outbound...

Author(s)
King, B.; McVey, M.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1995, No. 3, pp 21-39
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The article presents forecasts to 2005 for each of Australia's major inbound travel markets, covering primarily Asia, and also North America, New Zealand and Europe; reviews the impact of this projected growth on the use of hotels, motels and guest houses; and forecasts tourism's overall...

Citation
Forecast - Tourism Forecasting Council, 1996, 2, 2, pp 4-13

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