Une bonne gouvernance attire-t-elle les touristes ?

Tourism Management, Volume 82, février 2021
Publié le 7 juillet 2020

Résumé

No effort has been made to connect good governance and the performance of the tourism industry at the country level. We take a first step to provide empirical evidence of this positive effect. Based on a data set of 100 countries between 2002 and 2012, the impact of the Worldwide Governance Indicators (WGI) on the tourism industry is analyzed, controlling also for demographic, economic and environmental factors. Using a dynamic panel data approach, we highlight the role played by good governance in explaining differences in countries’ tourism performances, measured here as inbound tourism expenditures per inhabitant. We also observe that the impact of WGI is even higher among low-openness countries.

Auteurs

Claudio Detotto, Sauveur Giannoni, Claire Goavec

Une bonne gouvernance attire-t-elle les touristes ? (en anglais sur Science Direct)