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Tourism Economics, published bimonthly, is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to the economics and finance of tourism worldwide. Articles address the components of the tourism product (accommodation; restaurants; merchandizing; attractions; transport; entertainment; tourist activities); and the economic organization of tourism at micro and macro levels (market structure; role of public/private sectors; community interests; strategic planning; marketing; finance; economic development).

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Publisher: IP Publishing Ltd

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Volume 18, Number 6, December 2012
Special Issue: Developments in the Field of Tourism Economics

Introduction

Free Content Introduction
pp. 1155-1159(5)
Authors: Blake, Adam; Sahli, Mondher; Seetaram, Neelu

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Willingness to pay for frills when travelling with low-cost airlines
pp. 1161-1174(14)
Authors: Correia, Antónia; Pimpão, Adriano; Tão, Manuel

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Criteria for comparing economic impact models of tourism
pp. 1175-1202(28)
Authors: Klijs, Jeroen; Heijman, Wim; Korteweg Maris, Diana; Bryon, Jeroen

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Determinants of visitor spending: an evaluation of participants and spectators at the Two Oceans Marathon
pp. 1203-1227(25)
Authors: Kruger, Martinette; Saayman, Melville; Ellis, Suria

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Individual returns to education in the Spanish tourism sector during the economic crisis
pp. 1229-1249(21)
Authors: Lillo-Bañuls, Adelaida; -Díaz, José Casado M.

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Measuring the effect of subsidization on tourism demand and destination competitiveness through the AIDS model: an evidence-based approach to tourism policymaking
pp. 1251-1272(22)
Authors: Mangion, Marie -Louise; Cooper, Chris; Cortés-Jimenez, Isabel; Durbarry, Ramesh

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Technique and theory in tourism analysis
pp. 1273-1286(14)
Author: Morley, Clive

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Intra-tourism trade in Europe
pp. 1287-1311(25)
Authors: Nowak, Jean-Jacques; Petit, Sylvain; Sahli, Mondher

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Shopping tourism or tourists shopping? A case study of South Africa's African tourism market
pp. 1313-1329(17)
Authors: Saayman, Melville; Saayman, Andrea

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Determinants of multi-destination tourism trips in Brazil
pp. 1331-1349(19)
Authors: Santos, Glauber Eduardo de Oliveira; Ramos, Vicente; Rey-Maquieira, Javier

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Effect of price instability on hotel profitability
pp. 1351-1360(10)
Authors: Chen, Chiang-Ming; Chang, Kuo-Liang

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Comparative analysis of underdeveloped tourism destinations' choice of cooperation modes: a tourism supply-chain model
pp. 1377-1399(23)
Authors: Dong, Junfeng; Shi, Ye; Liang, Liang; Wu, Huaqing

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Developing Taiwan into the tourist transport centre of East Asia
pp. 1401-1411(11)
Authors: Chen, Chun-An; Lee, Hsien-Li

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