The Economics of Tourism

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Taylor & Francis, Jun 1, 2002 - Science - 280 pages
Makes a key contribution from an economic standpoint to the understanding of tourism. Examining such issues as how tourism firms operate in national and global contexts, the effects of tourism on destination areas, the demand for tourism, and the interaction between tourism and natural environments, this comprehensive introduction explains how economic concepts and techniques can offer a clearer understanding of the subject.

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