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The purpose of this study is to explore the long-run and causality relationship between tourism development and the real income level in an environmental Kuznets Curve (EKC) framework for emerging industrialised economies (E7). The newness of our study to the tourism literature is the inclusion...
The great majority of people in developing countries depend on the informal economy for their livelihoods. In countries that rely heavily on tourism, pandemics and related confinements make these individual even more socioeconomically vulnerable. This paper critically explores the immediate...
The study provides insights into how tourism can be managed to improve financial access in sub-Saharan Africa. The empirical evidence is based on the generalised method of moments. To make this assessment, inequality dynamics (i.e. the Gini coefficient, the Atkinson index and Palma ratio) are...
This study makes significant incursion into the tourism literature by investigating whether per capita (PC) income moderates the impact of carbon dioxide emissions on tourism development in South Asia. With an unbalanced panel data on six South Asian countries from 1995 to 2019, the study...
Motivation that enhances tourists’ behaviour to visit tourism destinations can be investigated by using the Push–pull factor approach. This study investigates the push and pulls factors and challenges facing visitation to Oluminrin waterfalls, Nigeria. It achieves its objective using data...
In this study, the relationship between tourism development and trade in 12 sub-Saharan African (SSA) countries is examined during the period 1995-2019. Three proxies of trade are used, namely the total trade, total exports, and total imports of goods and services to examine this linkage,...
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