Explanatory Meta-analysis for the Comparison and Transfer of Regional Tourist Income Multipliers
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KeywordsArcher'S Ad Hoc Multipliers; Benefit Transfer; Input-OUTPUT Modelling; Tourist Income Multiplier; Meta-ANALYSIS; Rough Set Analysis;
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