Quantitative Methods in Tourism Economics by Álvaro Matias, Peter Nijkamp, Manuela Sarmento

By Álvaro Matias, Peter Nijkamp, Manuela Sarmento

Tourism economics is in part in accordance with validated ideas from the economics self-discipline, however it additionally contains components from sociology, psychology, association conception and ecology. It has through the years became an beautiful multi-disciplinary orientated method of the certainty of the affects of relaxation time in a latest society, together with cultural historical past, sustainable caliber of lifestyles, and commercial association of the hospitality undefined. The expanding dynamics within the vacationer and its around the world results will proceed to draw the eye of either the learn and the coverage zone within the years yet to come. instead of speculating on non-observed proof, there's a transparent want for evidence-based study with a view to map out the complicated dynamics of the vacationer undefined. the current quantity includes novel stories – frequently of a quantitative-analytical nature – at the offer, call for and contextual points of recent tourism. It includes a sound mixture of idea, technique, coverage and case stories on a variety of tourism concerns in numerous components of the world.​

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