The determinants of Chinese visitors to Australia: A dynamic demand analysis
Tien Duc Pham,
Hong Son Nghiem and
Tourism Management, 2017, vol. 63, issue C, 268-276
Although China has progressively become an important inbound tourism market for Australia, its demand elasticities have been little studied to date. This study examines the determinants of Chinese visitors to Australia using a dynamic time-series estimator. Interesting findings include a high income elasticity as a source of the continuous doubledigit growth rates in Chinese arrivals that Australia has experienced over the past two decades, together with relatively high total trip price elasticities for both short run and long run. A trend of Chinese outbound to Australia is also identified. From a policy perspective, the results confirm that keeping a low cost of visiting Australia, both ground and travel costs, is a good strategy to secure greater numbers of Chinese tourists.
Keywords: Tourism demand elasticity; Tourism income elasticity; Tourism price elasticity; Determinants of Chinese visitors to Australia (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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