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This report provides Summary spreadsheet estimates of the contribution of tourism to the economies of each of the Australian states and territories. It should be read in conjunction with individual Tourism Satellite Account (TSA) reports for each of the state and territories, which were prepared by the Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research Centre (STCRC) in March 2007 and released in revised and updated form in November 2007. The information in these reports has been reconciled against the most recent national TSA results, which were published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) on 11 May 2007.

by Theip van Ho, Ray Spurr, Daniel Pumbudi, Peter Forsyth, Larry Dwyer, and Serajul Hoque
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This paper addresses the rationale for and scope of this research work as well as reviews other available research material which can assist marketers in understanding who are the people most likely to be interested in geotourism, as well as introducing some of the preliminary results from  this study.

by Angus M. Robinson

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The extension of TSA’s to the state or regional level is still in its infancy internationally. To develop this TSA for the state of New South Wales, we have utilised the data sources from the national TSA published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) and statistical data from the Bureau of Tourism Research (BTR). In terms of tourism commodities and industries for New South Wales, the results are consistent with those for the national TSA.

by Larry Dwyer, Peter Forsyth, Ray Spurr and Thiep Ho
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Indirect Economic Contribution of Tourism to Australia and to Australian States and Territories 2003-04

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With the aim of providing a total picture of tourism’s contribution to each of the state and territory economies, the Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research Centre’s Centre for Economics and Policy (STCRC CEP) has estimated the indirect effects of tourism consumption in order to complement the previously published STCRC TSA estimates of tourism’s direct effects. In this report, we present results of a study of the indirect economic contribution of tourism to Australia and to the Australian states and territories for the period 2003–04.

by Thiep Van Ho, Larry Dwyer, Daniel Pambudi, Ray Spurr, Peter Forsyth & Serajul Hoque
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Economic Impacts of Tourism on the Gold Coast – Gold Coast Tourism Region [GCTV Project #3.1 (Part 1b)]

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This is an independent study focusing on the economic impact of tourism in the broader geographic context of the Gold Coast Tourism Region by all visitors to the region. It is based on official 1998/99 Commonwealth and State government statistics. The study provides an analysis of economic input-output tables for the Gold Coast Tourism Region in the context of tourism.

by Guy West and Barbara Bayne
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This study focuses on the economic impact of tourism in the Gold Coast City region by visitors staying in commercial accommodation and is based on official 1996/97 Commonwealth and State government statistics. The study provides an analysis of economic input-output tables for Gold Coast City in the context of tourism.

by Guy West and Barbara Bayne
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Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) models are now extensively used to estimate impacts of changes and policies across sectors, including tourism. CGE modelling has been used to simulate the economic impacts of an increase in international, interstate and intrastate tourism to New South Wales and on the rest of Australia.

by Larry Dwyer, Peter Forsyth, Ray Spurr, and Thiep Ho
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In 2009 The Icarus Foundation, led by Dr. Rachel Dodds, conducted a survey of Canada’s municipal Destination Marketing Organizations (DMOs) to determine their levels of awareness and action with regard to climate change.    This summary outlines the findings of the survey, along with opportunities for the Canadian Tourism Industry to provide guidance on climate change initiatives to DMOs.

by Dr. Rachel Dodds & Gregory J. Kuenzig

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