The travel market in the United States and the Third District
Timothy G. Schiller
Business Review, 1996, issue sep, 11-21
How much economic activity does travel generate? How many jobs does the travel industry create? And how do the Third District states?Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware?stack up in terms of travel-related spending? Tim Schiller takes a look at these questions and discusses the importance of travel and tourism to the local and national economy
Keywords: Tourism; Federal Reserve District, 3rd (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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