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We evaluate the short term forecasting performance of methods that systematically incorporate high frequency information via covariates. Our study provides a thorough introduction of these methods to the tourism literature. We highlight the distinguishing features and limitations of each tool and...

Author(s)
Hirashima, A.; Jones, J.; Bonham, C. S.; Fuleky, P.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Annals of Tourism Research, 2017, 63, pp 191-202
Abstract

Tourism demand elasticities are central to marketing, forecasting and policy work, but the wide array of occasionally counterintuitive estimates produced by existing empirical studies implies that some of those results may be inaccurate. To improve the precision of estimates, it is natural to turn...

Author(s)
Bonham, C. S.; Fuleky, P.; Zhao, Q. X.
Publisher
University of Hawaii Economic Research Organization, Manoa, USA
Citation
Working Paper - University of Hawaii Economic Research Organization, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2013, No.2013/2, pp 19 pp.
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The travel industry in Hawaii has been experiencing a trend towards more authentic tourism, which reintegrates Hawaiian culture into the visitors' experience. This study investigated the reintegration of Hawaiian culture into the tourism experience on the Hawaiian Islands by reviewing existing...

Author(s)
Agrusa, W.; Lema, J.; Tanner, J.; Host, T.; Agrusa, J.
Publisher
Universidad de la Laguna, La Laguna, Spain
Citation
PASOS: Revista de Turismo y Patrimonio Cultural, 2010, 8, 2, pp 247-264
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A sharp increase in foreign visitors, growth in local trips by Americans and the enormous power of Disney attractions have combined to create a solid domestic guidebook market. In addition to Florida, the entire USA is seeing a rise in domestic tourism, and 39 million visitors came to the USA in...

Author(s)
Crichton, J.
Citation
Publishers Weekly, 1990, 237, 18, pp 17-28
Abstract

Spectral analysis is used to investigate the sensitivity of the Hawaiian tourist industry to fluctuations in the Japanese economy. The demand for Japanese tourism to Hawaii is measured by the actual number of visitor arrivals from Japan to Hawaii for the period January 1989 through October 2003....

Author(s)
Latzko, D. A.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 2005, 10, 2, pp 151-156
Abstract

A study of factors affecting the number of visitors to Hawaii during the period 1993-2007 prompted by an observed waning of the U. S. mainland to Hawaii visitor market was conducted. Both time series and cross section analyses revealed that Log Gross State Product, Log Chained Airfare and Log...

Author(s)
Nelson, L. A.; Dickey, D. A.; Smith, J. M.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Tourism Management, 2011, 32, 1, pp 28-38
Abstract

This paper explores the linkage between energy use and a tourism destination experiencing a rapid growth in visitors arrivals and changing visitor mix. The approach taken is to estimate the derived demand for a primary input (energy) using input-output analysis. The main finding of the study is...

Author(s)
Tabatchnaia-Tamirisa, N.; Loke, M. K.; Leung PingSun; Tucker, K. A.
Citation
Annals of Tourism Research, 1997, 24, 2, pp 390-401
Abstract

The paper investigates methodological issues in forecasting tourism demand. It is demonstrated that the employment of extended Box-Cox autoregressive tests for functional form and ridge regression to control for substantial and changing patterns of collinearity among the explanatory variables,...

Author(s)
Fujii, E. T.; Mak, J.
Citation
Annals of Regional Science, 1981, 15, 2, pp 72-82
Abstract

A model of tourist demand for the services of travel agents is developed and tested using micro (survey) data on US mainland visitors to Hawaii collected by Hawaii Visitors Bureau in 1974. Results support the premise that consumers choose between travel agents and themselves to make travel...

Author(s)
Mak, J.; Moncur, J. E. T.
Citation
Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 1980, 14, 2, pp 221-230