Palma (Mallorca) from 25 to 27 October 2007
First Conference of The International Association for Tourism Economics


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General programme, activity sheet

Thursday 25 October, 2007 18:15 to 18:40 Invited Lecture
Socio-demographic and behavioural determinants of visitor spending at the Kruger National Park in South Africa
Speaker: Andrea Saayman, North-West University, Associate Professor: School of Economics
Speaker: Melville Saayman, North-West University, Professor and Head of Institute for Tourism and Leisure Studies
Discussant: Nicolas Ragodoo, University of Technology, Mauritius, Lecturer

Authors: Andrea Saayman & Melville Saayman


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Submited paper (419 KB)

Tourism demand: micro-modelling I
Place: Aula de Graus

Other activities in Tourism demand: micro-modelling I
17:00 h. to 17:25 h.Invited Lecture

Expenditure based segmentation of tourists to the Kruger National Park

Speaker: Melville Saayman, North-West University, Professor and Head of Institute for Tourism and Leisure Studies
17:25 h. to 17:50 h.Invited Lecture

Households Budget Constraints and their Participation in Tourism Consumption. An Analysis with Spanish Data from the European Community Household Panel Survey.

Speaker: LlorenÇ Pou, UIB
Discussant: Alexandros Apostolakis, University of Portsmouth, Lecturer
17:50 h. to 18:15 h.Invited Lecture

Examining Expenditure Patterns of British Tourists to Greece

Speaker: Alexandros Apostolakis, University of Portsmouth, Lecturer
Discussant: Melville Saayman, North-West University, Professor and Head of Institute for Tourism and Leisure Studies
18:40 h. to 19:05 h.Invited Lecture

The determinants of tourism demand in South-Africa using a dynamic panel data approach

Speaker: Nicolas Ragodoo, University of Technology, Mauritius, Lecturer
Discussant: Andrea Saayman, North-West University, Associate Professor: School of Economics
Discussant: Melville Saayman, North-West University, Professor and Head of Institute for Tourism and Leisure Studies


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