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The book aims to provide users with an understanding of some of the main trends in international tourist demand and to provide statistical information on tourist consumption in countries throughout the world. 10 chapters cover: (1) World tourism: an introduction; (2) Key aspects of world travel;...

Author(s)
Senior, R.
Publisher
Euromonitor Publications Ltd, London, UK
Citation
The world travel market., 1982, pp 250pp.
Abstract

The paper first outlines the main flows, in generating and receiving countries, using the early 1980s as the benchmark, and provides a profile of current tourism flows. The second part reviews the decade up to 1983, while the third part considers the current standard of living and key population...

Author(s)
Medlik, S.
Publisher
Horwath & Horwath (UK) Ltd., Paris; International Hotel Association; London, UK, France
Citation
Trends in world tourism., 1983, pp 14pp.
Abstract

The paper was presented to the Queensland Tourist Industry Seminar, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. It provides information on tourism growth, future international growth markets and the factors facing world tourism growth. Conclusions are: world tourism arrival growth is expected to average 4% per...

Citation
Who travels where?, 1985, pp 61pp.
Abstract

A broad range of statistical and research information is provided along with an analysis of economic and political developments that effect the travel and tourism market. Sections cover: an overview of the world travel industry; world travel trends; future prospects of travel industry growth;...

Author(s)
Waters, S. R.
Citation
New York, USA; Child and Waters Inc., 1987, 31, pp 143pp.
Abstract

The focus is on an analysis of available data on tourism trends, taking 1987 as the reference year and comparing the results with those of previous years. Comprising 8 main sections, the report is organized into: (1) A comparison of domestic and international tourism, in which it is shown that ...

Author(s)
Nolan, J. E.; Ammundsen, A.; Ridley, R.
Citation
NZTP Committee/Department Report Series, New Zealand Tourist and Publicity Department, 1987, No. 2, pp 115pp.
Abstract

Basic statistics about short term changes in length of stay of visitor arrivals compare data for the years ending March 1986 and March 1987 for the following markets :Australia, USA, Japan, Canada, UK, GFR and Singapore. The combined effect of changes for individual countries' holiday markets and...

Author(s)
Hume, A.; Nolan, J. E.
Citation
NZTP Overseas Market Research Series, New Zealand Tourist and Publicity Department, 1987, No. 4, pp 32pp.
Abstract

Constituting an update of a 1987 report of the same name, the publication documents trends in domestic and international tourism to New Zealand over the period March 1987 to March 1988 as compared with the previous period. The most significant movements identified are: a 6% decrease in domestic...

Author(s)
Boyd, S.
Citation
NZTP Committee/Departmental Report Series, New Zealand Tourist and Publicity Department, 1988, No. CDR/1988/13, pp 91pp.
Abstract

The paper attempts to clarify changing demand patterns in both domestic and international tourism in New Zealand. It also attempts to illustrate some impacts of alternative growth futures. Over the last few years New Zealand has experienced rapid growth in international arrivals, while the domestic ...

Author(s)
Hamilton, J.
Publisher
New Zealand Tourism Department, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
NZTP Domestic Research Series, 1988, No. CDR/1988/15, pp 45pp.
Abstract

On a world scale fewer than 4% of the world's population take international holidays and 80% of international demand is generated by less than 20 countries. Although the rate of growth in world travel has fallen each decade since the 1960s, the absolute growth has been very substantial. Income...

Author(s)
Archer, B. H.
Publisher
Prentice Hall, London, UK
Citation
Tourism marketing and management handbook., 1989, pp 593-597
Abstract

Tourism around the world is surveyed under the following headings: World overview; US tourism developments; New travel developments in each US State; US international travel; World travel trends by region; Travel trends by industry sector; and Supplemental tables.

Author(s)
Waters, S. R.
Citation
Travel Industry World Yearbook, 1989, No. 33, pp 152pp.

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