The economic interrelationships of tourism: a computable general equilibrium analysis
Gillham, Jonathan (2005) The economic interrelationships of tourism: a computable general equilibrium analysis. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
This thesis investigates the economic interrelationships that tourism has in the wider economy in the context of a country that is heavily reliant on tourism revenues. More specifically, it seeks to examine the welfare, intersectoral, distributional, competitive, investment and dynamic issues relating to the tourism sector that have been under investigated in both the tourism and trade literature. These issues have been investigated empirically using Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) analysis. The thesis is set out as follows:
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