International handbook on the economics of tourism.
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Ed. by Larry Dwyer and Peter Forsyth.
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sum current thinking on the major topics in tourism economics. Each of 21 chapters follows a common format that addresses a particular topic's importance, outlines its main contributions/themes, reviews the existing literature, and suggests directions for future research. Some of the subjects covered include tourism demand forecasting; pricing principles for natural and cultural attractions; alliances in the airline industry; and public sector investment in tourism infrastructure. Editor Dwyer teaches at the U. of New South Wales New South Wales, state (1991 pop. 5,164,549), 309,443 sq mi (801,457 sq km), SE Australia. It is bounded on the E by the Pacific Ocean. Sydney is the capital. The other principal urban centers are Newcastle, Wagga Wagga, Lismore, Wollongong, and Broken Hill. , Australia, and Forsyth is a professor at Monash U.
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