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Substitution Between Tourism Destinations: An Application Of Discrete Choice Modelling – Short-Break Choices Of Sydney (Stage 1) & Melbourne (Stage 2) Residents

In this study, discrete choice modelling is applied to destination choices. A nested logit model is estimated and the results show the relative importance of various destination and trip attributes and of a number of respondent characteristics. The model results are used to simulate the effects on destinations’ market shares due to changes in attributes and tourists’ characteristics.

by Trevor Mules and Twan Huybers

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In this study, discrete choice modelling is applied to destination choices. A nested logit model is estimated and the results show the relative importance of various destination and trip attributes and of a number of respondent characteristics. The model results are used to simulate the effects on destinations’ market shares due to changes in attributes and tourists’ characteristics.

by Trevor Mules and Twan Huybers

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Substitution between Tourism Destinations: An Application of Discrete Choice Modelling - Short-break Choices of Sydney (Stage 1) & Melbourne (Stage 2) Residents

 

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Welcome
  • Name*full name
    0
  • Position*
    1
  • Organisation*
    2
  • Industry/Sector*
    3
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    4
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