La situación del empleo en turismo rural en España/The Employment Situation in Rural Tourism in Spain
En este trabajo se aborda el empleo en turismo rural, pues es una actividad cada vez más importante en dicho entorno y, en muchos casos, complementa la renta de los agricultores, lo que también puede evitar la despo¬blación de estas áreas. Para realizar este estudio, se parte de un análisis del empleo bajo un enfoque general y agrario para finalmente definir el comportamiento mensual que ha seguido el empleo a nivel nacional, empleando técnicas de series temporales basadas en modelos ARIMA. This article deals with the employment in rural tourism, as it is an increasingly important activity in these areas and it can prevent depopulation. For this, the tourism is treated and the employment is analyzed from the point of view general and agrarian, too. Finally, the monthly behavior of employment in rural tourism is defined at national level, using techniques based in ARIMA time series models.
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Volume (Year): 31 (2013)
Issue (Month): (Enero)
Pages: 257 (22pags)
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