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Precios implícitos de los atributos de los productos turísticos: ¿Qué esconde el efecto de la localización?/Implicit Prices of the Attributes of Tourism Products: What is Hidden Behind Location?

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  • FLUVIÀ, MODEST

    ()
    (Departamento de Economía, UNIVERSIDAD DE GIRONA, ESPAÑA.)

  • RIGALL-I-TORRENT, RICARD

    ()
    (Departamento de Economía, UNIVERSIDAD DE GIRONA, ESPAÑA.)

  • ESPINET, JOSEP MARIA

    ()
    (Departamento de Economía, UNIVERSIDAD DE GIRONA, ESPAÑA.)

  • GARRIGA, ANNA

    ()
    (Departamento de Economía, UNIVERSIDAD DE GIRONA, ESPAÑA.)

  • SALÓ, ALBERT

    ()
    (GRUGET research group Tourism Management, ESADE Business School (Universidad Ramon Llull), ESPAÑA.)

Abstract

Diferentes estudios han descompuesto los precios de los productos turísticos en los precios implícitos de sus atributos (categoría y servicios ofrecidos), localización y período del año. En estos estudios habitualmente la localización se considera como un indicador residual del entorno del producto turístico, esto es, un indicador no explicado por el modelo y que incluye varios elementos. Este artículo profundiza en el análisis de aquellos factores que, de acuerdo con estudios previos, pueden estar incluidos dentro de la variable “localización” como, por ejemplo, activos naturales; oferta cultural, gastronómica y deportiva; o bienes y servicios públicos. Different studies have decomposed the prices of tourism products into the implicit prices of their attributes (category and services), location and time of the year. These studies usually consider location as a residual indicator of the environment surrounding the tourism product, that is, an indicator unexplained by the model and which includes several elements. This paper analyses in-depth the factors which, according with previous studies, might be included in the variable “location”, such as natural capital; cultural, gastronomic and sportive supply; or public goods and services.

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Article provided by Estudios de Economía Aplicada in its journal Estudios de Economía Aplicada.

Volume (Year): 29 (2011)
Issue (Month): (Diciembre)
Pages: 781-802

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Keywords: Localización; bienes públicos; precios hedónicos; turismo ; Location; Public Goods; Hedonic Prices; Tourism.;

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