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This study examines the stationarity properties of the number of tourist arrivals for 12 MENA countries during the 1995–2019 period. We utilize a novel panel stationarity test that utilizes a Fourier approximation to capture gradual structural breaks and other nonlinearities present in the data...
This is the first work to use the novel multivariate quantile-on-quantile method re-examining the growth hypothesis in China’s 12 western regions. The findings show a favorable association between tourism and economic development in western areas, with significant variability among these regions...
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