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Published by Centre des Hautes Etudes Touristiques in Aix-en-Provence .
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StatementLarry Dwyer ... [et al.].
SeriesLes cahiers du tourisme -- no 194
ContributionsDwyer, Larry, 1947-, Centre des Hautes Etudes Touristiques.
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Open LibraryOL14239298M

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  On what is taken to be the 'Standard View', increased tourism expenditure from inbound markets has direct, indirect and induced effects on a host destination, leading to increased production, income and employment. boosting tourism, has effects on the social, economic and cultural development of many societies. Tourism and migration are undoubtedly a form of human mobility. Changes in directions and scales considering the tourism and migration often complement each other and replace (Bell and Ward ). The bond between migration and tourism is a two-. The impacts of migration induced tourism are thus greater for inbound than for outbound tourism. These model simulations are conservative, and give rise to small effects. They assume full employment—if unemployment were assumed, impacts would be greater due to stimulation of economic activity. Modelling suggests that increased inbound tourism induced by migration will have a positive impact on the economy. A ten percent increase in migrants will increase GDP by Aus$74m, leading to a net welfare benefit of approximately the same amount ($74m).

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