William C. Norman

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BACKGROUND The concept of evidence has become firmly rooted in health care, with most importance placed on the outcome of research in clinical and economic spheres. Much less emphasis is placed on the patient's contribution to evidence which remains relatively vague, of low status and often difficult to integrate with other forms of knowledge. AIM This(More)
The use of input–output models to determine the economic impact of sport tourism events is limited in that resulting estimates cannot be distributed based on host county income segments or by occupational category. The purpose of this study was to demonstrate methods for estimating the income effects of sport tourism events. Four models were constructed(More)
While the motivations of visitors to mainstream professional sporting events have been well documented, comparatively little is known about equestrian tourists. The purpose of this study was to assess the fan motivations, sport identification and expenditures of tourists attending an annual steeplechase. The event chosen for this study was the 31st Annual(More)