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The trends of Italy's international tourism

  • Andrea Alivernini


    (Bank of Italy)

  • Enrico Beretta


    (Bank of Italy)

  • Emanuele Breda


    (Bank of ItalyAuthor-Name: Luigi Cannari
    Bank of Italy)

  • Daniele Franco


    (Bank of Italy)

  • Massimo Gallo


    (Bank of Italy)

The book brings together a series of research papers presented at a workshop on "The trends of Italy's international tourism", held at the Bank of Italy in Rome on 22 June 2012, on occasion of the release, on Bank of Italy's website, of microdata from the Survey on international tourism in Italy. In the first session of this workshop, a paper synthesised the main results of the Survey for the period 1997-2011 and another paper analysed the developments of tourism market shares of Italian regions. In the second session, two papers dealt with the effects of low-cost flights on tourism flows to Italy from abroad, and another paper analysed the price competitiveness of Emilia-Romagna's hotels, in comparison with hotels in other European coastal regions.

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Paper provided by Bank of Italy, Economic Research and International Relations Area in its series Workshop and Conferences with number 12.

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Date of creation: Mar 2013
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