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Impacto económico del turismo

The economic case for the visitor economy

Deloitte, 2008

This report quantifies the economic contribution of the Visitors Economy in terms of both  direct impacts (from sectors directly related to tourism) and indirect impacts (from other sectors that rely on tourism through the supply chain, for instance). It also highlights the wider contribution of the Visitor Economy in delivering other socio-economic policy objectives such as regeneration, social and economic inclusion, enhancing skills and employement, and promoting/ attracting enterprise and invesment.

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Download this file (EconomicCaseforTourism_uk.pdf)Final Report
 

Travel and Tourism Economic Impact

World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), 2010

Since full Tourism Satellite Accounts (TSAs) take considerable time and resources to develop, WTTC produces simulated TSAs on an annual basis, covering 181 countries, in order to provide reliable and comparable information to assess Travel & Tourism’s current and likely future contribution to economic activity and employment. Timeliness is one of the main strengths of our research. In the critical post-crisis recovery phase currently underway, it can inform and help drive urgent policy-making and investment decisions.

 

Greece: The impact of travel and tourism on jobs and the economy

World travel and tourism council, 2004

Greece’s tourism industry has traditionally been dominated by summer holidaymakers seeking sun, sea and sand. This has resulted in a highly seasonal industry, focused primarily on the islands, and one that has been heavily dependent on low-yield package tours. Although independent travel to Greece should not be underestimated – and there is a non-negligible share of international visitors from higher socio-economic groups interested in Greece’s history and culture – relatively few tourists venture beyond the more popular island resorts, with the result that the benefits of tourism have not been equitably distributed across the country.

 

The Impacts of Tourism

Glenn Kreag

University of Minnesota, 2001

The long-term sustainability of tourism rests on the ability of community leaders and tourism professionals to maximize its benefits and minimize its costs.
This fact sheet tabulates 87 tourism impacts within seven categories and divides the sources of tourism impacts into tourist-based causes and destination-based causes. This information, which was distilled from recent tourism research, provides a framework for discussions, directions, and development regarding tourism. Formally addressing the impacts of tourism facilitates planning that helps a community create a sustainable tourism industry.

Attachments:
Download this file (ImpactsTourism.pdf)The impacts of tourism
 

The Economic Impact of Tourism in New York State

Toursim Economics and Oxford Economics Company, 2010

This report analyses the economic impact of tourism in New York State during the last year. This report explains how the recession affected the New York State tourism economy in 2009. It contains information about the  main magnitudes: visitor volumes, trip spending and tourism employment.

 



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