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Population Interest in and ability to travel Demand Information & promo Transportation ATTRACATION Or Resource Services (hotels, etc) Supply A Few Rules Domestically, tourism creates no wealth

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PopulationInterest in and ability to travelDemand

Information & promoTransportation

ATTRACATION

Or

Resource

Services

(hotels, etc)

Supply


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A Few Rules

  • Domestically, tourism creates no wealth

  • It may enrich an individual or a firm (but this is always at the expense of someone else).

  • It may redistribute wealth—generally from a richer area to a poorer area

  • This is what we call micro-economics.


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Macroeconomics

  • Gross National Product=A+B+C+(exports-imports)

  • GNP per capita=the best single measure we have of individual well being.

  • If the GNP per capita is large, the average guy is pretty well off (for example Switzerland=$31,100)

  • If the GNP per capita is small, the average guy is hurting (for example Kenya=$1000)


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  • If exports are exceeding imports the GNP per capita goes up and the average guy is better off. Review=A+B+C+(exports-imports)

  • If imports are exceeding exports the GNP per capita goes down and the average guy is worse off. Review=A+B+C+(exports-imports)

  • International tourism is an a part of the global trade. A country can lose money at it (the USA) or gain money at it (UK, Kenya)


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  • If exports are exceeding imports the GNP per capita goes up and the average guy is better off.

  • If imports are exceeding exports the GNP per capita goes down and the average guy is worse off.

  • International tourism is a part of the global trade. A country can lose money at it (the USA) or gain money at it (UK, Kenya)


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  • The only economic reason we as a people have to conserve (that is take care of) any tourist attraction (that is a resource) is because it attracts visitors from overseas and therefore makes us as a people richer.

  • Individuals, firms and regions may have other reasons to conserve tourist attraction but this is a microeconomic matter.

  • Domestically tourism may redistribute wealth and thereby create local reasons to conserve resources.


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  • So in this course I am going to concentrate on the tourist attraction or resource in the form of protected areas like national parks and equivalent reserves very broadly defined.

  • Intended to get a handle on the ideas behind international tourism in a post 9-11 world.

  • But ultimately our interest is to examine how and why various countries bother to conserve resources


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A Tourist Attraction attraction or resource in the form of protected areas like national parks and equivalent reserves very broadly defined.


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So is this attraction or resource in the form of protected areas like national parks and equivalent reserves very broadly defined.


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And these guys attraction or resource in the form of protected areas like national parks and equivalent reserves very broadly defined.


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And these attraction or resource in the form of protected areas like national parks and equivalent reserves very broadly defined.


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And this attraction or resource in the form of protected areas like national parks and equivalent reserves very broadly defined.


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Birdwatchers are very serious attraction or resource in the form of protected areas like national parks and equivalent reserves very broadly defined.


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The example of the attraction or resource in the form of protected areas like national parks and equivalent reserves very broadly defined.

Hummingbird


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  • One South Carolina hummer (summers) attraction or resource in the form of protected areas like national parks and equivalent reserves very broadly defined.

  • 11 natives to USA (summers)

  • Until you have all 11 you aren’t a birder

  • All 11 plus a number of incidental found in

    • Southeast Arizona

  • For many ranches in southeast Arizona,

    • hummers are more important than

    • livestock

  • 206 species of hummingbirds found in

    • Ecuador

You aren’t a birder until you have

Them all


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And these attraction or resource in the form of protected areas like national parks and equivalent reserves very broadly defined.


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And this: Sardinian NP attraction or resource in the form of protected areas like national parks and equivalent reserves very broadly defined.


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The ARE NOT tourist attractions attraction or resource in the form of protected areas like national parks and equivalent reserves very broadly defined.


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