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Accurate forecast of inbound tourism demand is vital for the tourism industry as well as government economic policy and decision making. This article sought to identify the factors which influence the demand for China's tourism with the aid of econometric models and to generate forecasts of...

Author(s)
Ayeh, J. K.; Lin ShanShan
Publisher
Sage Publications Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Tourism and Hospitality Research, 2011, 11, 3, pp 197-206
Abstract

In the study, we applied panel-based stationary test that incorporates sharp as well as smooth breaks to investigate the non-stationarity of long-run tourists' arrivals to India from major tourists' source countries for the period 1981-2012. Results from the overall panel data provided significant...

Author(s)
Xie Hong; Tiwari, A. K.; Chang TsangYao
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Applied Economics, 2018, 50, 46, pp 4985-4998
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

Tourism competitiveness indexes are developed to show how the price of the ground component of a typical visit to Australia differs for tourists by country of origin using data on 255 separate categories including the price of goods and services within the country along with the cost of travel to...

Publisher
Canberra, Australia
Citation
Occasional Paper - Department of Industry, Science and Tourism, 1996, No. 4, pp 5-31
Abstract

The official forecasts of overseas visitor arrivals in New Zealand to 1994 show continued growth. If growth continues at 7%-8% per annum, a forecast of 2 million visitors in 2000 is possible. The three markets most responsible for the expected increase in 1990 are Australia, the UK and Germany....

Author(s)
Lim, E.
Publisher
New Zealand Tourist and Publicity Department, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
NZTP Economic Research Series, 1990, No. 1, pp 163pp.
Abstract

The report contains detailed results of the official forecasts from the 1991 New Zealand Tourism Department International Visitor Arrival Forecasting Round. Medium term forecasts indicate that New Zealand is expected to receive 1.3 million visitors by 1995. The report presents predicted growth...

Citation
NZTD Economic Research Series, 1991, No. 2, pp 138pp.