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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
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The report examines the results of a survey of foreign tourists visiting Spain between December 1980 and January 1981. The travel habits and attitudes of these tourists during the previous three years were surveyed in detail, including motivation, behaviour patterns before and during the trip,...

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Estudios Turisticos, 1981, 70/71, pp 41-196
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For several years a small but growing group of economists has been interested in the balance-of-payments aspects of international tourism and the travel account. This paper examines the reliability and consistency of international travel data provided by government agencies. Travel data are usually ...

Author(s)
White, K. J.; Walker, M. B.
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Annals of Tourism Research, 1982, 9, 1, pp 37-56
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This paper argues that the balance of payments on tourism account is not the best measure of economic tourism activity needed for good policy formulation at the government level. The balance on tourism should be replaced with a broader concept, tourism's external account, which includes...

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Baretje, R.
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Annals of Tourism Research, 1982, 9, 1, pp 57-67
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Tourism brings about contact between people. Each year a growing number of travellers seize the opportunity to set off and meet others. However, the issue of cultural interaction cannot be viewed solely from the angle of the consumer. The desire to travel is legitimate in itself, but attention must ...

Author(s)
Mäder, U.
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Problemy Turystyki, 1988, 11, 4, pp 25-34
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A schematic model is presented to illustrate the benefits and mechanisms that enable tourism to become a driving force for peace. Because of its people-to-people interface, tourism could be regarded as the ultimate information/communication industry and can do much to promote universal justice or...

Author(s)
Liu, J. C.
Citation
Visions in Leisure and Business, 1990, 8, 4, pp 28-34
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The purpose of this study was to build a tourism demand systems model which incorporated inbound, outbound, and domestic tourism in the USA. To build this system, an analysis of the US tourism demand system and an estimation of the linear expenditure system (focused on tourism-oriented products)...

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Pyo, S. S.
Citation
Dissertation Abstracts International. A, Humanities and Social Sciences, 1990, 51, 4, pp p.1387
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For tourist organizations and enterprises, knowledge of future developments and trends represents a fundamental need, essential to policy and decision making. This issue of Téoros takes as its theme forecasting in relation to the tourist industry. A number of articles, contributed by professors and ...

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Stafford, J. (et al.)
Citation
Téoros, Revue de Recherche en Tourisme, 1993, 12, 2, pp 2-51
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Europe's heritage cities are under increasing pressure from visitor numbers. With the increase in tourism in absolute terms and the shift from sand, sea and sun holidays to more cultural breaks, this pressure is likely to become even more intense in the future. The article focuses on tourism to...

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Glasson, J.
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Tourism Management, 1994, 15, 2, pp 137-144
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Shopping represents an increasingly important sector of activity for the tourist industry, although it is difficult to quantify accurately. A growing number of people are moving away from traditional systems of retail distribution and taking their custom elsewhere, travelling to other countries and ...

Citation
Espaces (Paris), 1994, No. 128, pp 13-34

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