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The role of quantitative and qualitative research in industrial studies of tourism
Many areas of research in tourism concentrate on quantitative or qualitative studies. Some even discuss the complementarity between the two types of studies. Hardly considered are the possibilitiesExpand
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Family expenditure on hotels and holidays
Abstract This study uses the United Kingdom Family Expenditure Survey data to investigate the effect of incomes on hotel and holiday expenditures. The results confirm the general understanding inExpand
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Exploring price and non-price decision making in the UK package tour industry: insights from small-scale travel agents and tour operators.
Abstract The emerging literature on the UK package tour industry has drawn upon diverse academic disciplines each carrying different methodological presuppositions. Underplayed is the intrinsicExpand
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Industrial organization the UK Hotel Sector
Abstract This article considers the applicability of the Industrial Organization approach to tourism with reference to the UK hotel sector, by using econometric techniques, identifying stylized factsExpand
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The demand for rugby league: evidence from causality tests
During the last few years, there has been an upsurge of interest in the determinants of the demand for professional team sports. Typically, traditional demand estimation techniques are used toExpand
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Industrial Organization and Competition in the U.K. Tour Operator/Travel Agency Business, 1989-1993: An Econometric Investigation
The U.K. tour operator/travel agency business is examined for the period 1989 to 1993 with the aim of investigating the nature of competition in outbound tourism. The industry is examined using theExpand
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Houseman and Davies law of life assurance
"Part I: The Law of Life Assurance. 1. The contract of life assurance. 2. Parties to the contract. 3. The policy of life assurance. 4. Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. 5. The Regulation ofExpand