Factors affecting the magnitude and timing of temporary moves in Australia: A Poisson Regression Analysis. Elin Charles-Edwards Dominic Brown Martin Bell. Presentation to the 2007 International Population Geographies Conference, Hong Kong, 10-13 th July 2007. Background. Study background
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Presentation to the 2007 International Population Geographies Conference, Hong Kong, 10-13th July 2007
Temporary mobility: those moves more that one night in duration that do not entail a change in usual residence.
Lower bound: 24 hrs
Upper bound: 12 months
Number of visitors?
When do they arrive?
How long do they stay?
Seasonality: the systematic intra-year variation in visitation caused by exogenous factors (e.g. climatic), institutional factors (e.g. timing of public holidays) or a combination of the two.
2005 ASGC Tourism Regions
Data: Explanatory Variables
-Approach separates model into temporal and spatial