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CGE Tourism Analysis and Policy Modeling

In: International Handbook on the Economics of Tourism


  • Adam Blake
  • Jonathan Gillham
  • M. Thea Sinclair


This highly accessible and comprehensive Handbook presents a cutting edge discussion of the state of tourism economics and its likely directions in future research. Leading researchers in the field explore a wide range of topics including: demand and forecasting, supply, transport, taxation and infrastructure, evaluation and application for policy-making. Each chapter includes a discussion of its relevance and importance to the tourism economics literature, an overview of its main contributions and themes, a critical evaluation of existing literature and an outline of issues for further conceptual and applied research.

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  • Adam Blake & Jonathan Gillham & M. Thea Sinclair, 2006. "CGE Tourism Analysis and Policy Modeling," Chapters,in: International Handbook on the Economics of Tourism, chapter 14 Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:elg:eechap:2827_14

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    7. Mathurin, Titus & Hutchinson, Sharon D. & Franklin, Martin & Pemberton, Carlisle, 2015. "Economic assessment of community-based tourism events in Saint Lucia: A case study of fish fry events in Anse-La-Raye," 30th West Indies Agricultural Economics Conference, June 30-July 6, 2013, Port‐ of‐Spain, Trinidad, West Indies 242087, Caribbean Agro-Economic Society.


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