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This study examines whether FDI has asymmetric effects on tourism demand in China over the period 1982–2017. The non-linear autoregressive distributed lag approach is applied to examine asymmetric cointegration. Structural breaks are identified with the Bai-Perron test. Substitute prices are...
The tourism literature widely documents how emotions, mood and optimism drive the demand for tourism. However, the literature is mute on whether sentiment plays a role in the supply side. We use a forward-looking forecasting model to investigate the interplay between various sentiment measures...
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