Desarrollo teórico y aplicación del modelo de ciclo de evolución de destino turístico: Análisis de España y Argentina, con el modelo de turismo clásico, en el segundo tercio del siglo XX
AbstractFocusing on the comprehension of tourism market, where the offer is mainly Spanish (tourist national offer) and the demand is mostly international (tourist international demand), we find that the tourist sector in Spain is not constituted by a local market of native tourists, not even only residents either. Instead they have been, and they often keep being foreign, in a great percentage, although it remains very close to native ones.
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Volume (Year): (2009)
Issue (Month): 9 (Spring)
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Touristic Destination; tourism model; economic cycle; Spain; Argentina;
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