Impact de l'aviation sur la répartition spatiale du tourisme : une expérience
The paper aims to empirically examine the persistence in the spatial distribution of tourism over time and investigate whether or not, and why, such empirical regularity arises. The paper attempts to quantify how fast the spatial distribution recovers following a shock in the tourism distribution system. Using the collapse of a major Australian legacy airline as a shock in this quasi-experiment, results are indicative of a mix of effects where there was near full recovery within a decade following the shock, as well as a degree of permanent change. The paper discusses how the latter effect may be related to the fact that the collapsed legacy carrier was subsequently replaced by a low-cost carrier.
Tay T.R.Koo, Pong-Lung Lau
↪ Impact de l'aviation sur la répartition spatiale du tourisme : une expérience (article en anglais sur Science Direct)