International Tourism Specialisation of Small Countries with High Growth Rates

@inproceedings{Algieri2005InternationalTS,
  title={International Tourism Specialisation of Small Countries with High Growth Rates},
  author={Bernardina Algieri},
  year={2005}
}
  • Bernardina Algieri
  • Published 2005
International tourism has expanded enormously over the last decades, fuelled by changing consumer tastes, advances in transport, and new holiday destinations. The present study aims at analysing the linkages between economic growth and tourism based economies. An econometric model for a selected number of small countries has been implemented to investigate the nature, magnitude and overall significance of the demand for tourism. Countries were selected to capture regional diversity, varied… CONTINUE READING

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