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Seasonality in tourism

Raphael Raymond Vincent Baron

Seasonality in tourism

a guide to the analysis of seasonality and trends for policy making.

by Raphael Raymond Vincent Baron

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Published by Economist Intelligence Unit .
Written in English


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SeriesTechnical series no. 2
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Open LibraryOL20395048M

Tourism seasonality generates negative environmental and economic impacts. This paper analyzes the effects of seasonality on the efficiency of the hotel industry in the Balearic Islands (Spain). To that end, a sample of hotel establishments is divided into two groups (those that close down during the off-season and those that do not). Data envelopment analysis (DEA) is applied to assess the.   Seasonality in tourism Seasonality in tourism Pike, Steve This is the fifth book from the Advances in Tourism Research Series by Pergamon. The publishers advise the purpose of the series is to review the state of the art of research into management issues facing decision makers, and in doing so question prevailing : Pike, Steve.

seasonality definition: 1. the fact that something changes according to the seasons: 2. the fact that something changes. Learn more.   Tourism Economics 5: 1, Download Citation If you have the appropriate software installed, you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your by:

TOURISM DESTINATION MANAGEMENT 5. T OURISM P RODUCTS. Despite products’ being the central feature of the industry, much confusion washes over the concept. Products like attractions are often confused with the activity and with services, but a product is more than these. A useful definition comes from the Honduran Institute of Tourism. Seasonality, with respect to fluctuations in visitor arrivals, is one of the major characteristics of tourism and is widely regarded as one of its major problems [1,2,3].Seasonality in tourism usually involves a higher number of visitors at a destination for a specific period of a year [4,5], with fewer visitors at other al demand occurs when the pattern of demand over time is Author: Anna Dóra Sæþórsdóttir, C. Michael Hall, Þorkell Stefánsson.


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"Seasonal variation in demand is a reality for most tourism destinations. To challenge seasonality or to work within its constraints is a destination management issue that faces tourism planners throughout the world.

It is an issue that is recognised particularly in regions of the extreme north or south where climate variation imposes directly on the Seasonality in tourism book of tourism.3/5(1). seasonality relevant to tourism and tourism enterprises and an overview of strategies for further evaluation.

This This phase resulted in a classification framework for strategies to address Author: Graeme Galloway. An analysis of the nature, causes and marketing implications of seasonality in the occupancy performance of English hotels (D.

Jeffrey, R.R.D. Barden). Extending the school holiday season: the case of Eurocamp (M. Klemm, J. Rawel). Managing seasonality in peripheral tourism regions: the case of Northland, New Zealand (J. Commons, S. Page). Seasonality in Tourism (Advances in Tourism Research) - Kindle edition by Tom Seasonality in tourism book, Svend Lundtorp.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Seasonality in Tourism (Advances in Tourism Research).Price: $ ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 25 cm.

Contents: Seasonality in tourism / R.W. Butler --Measuring tourism seasonality / Svend Lundtorp --Seasonality in Irish tourism, / Elizabeth Kennedy and James Deegan --Modelling the seasonality of hotel nights in Denmark by county and nationality / Nils Karl Sørensen.

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Pages: Chapter 4 - Seasonality in Irish Tourism, Elizabeth Kennedy and James Deegan. Pages SEASONALITY IN THE TOURISM INDUSTRY v ABSTRACT Seasonality is a concept that is well studied and documented in the tourism literature.

Being ubiquitous, all tourism enterprises and regions are impacted by seasonality whether severely or mildly. Seasonality causes the fluctuation in tourists and visitor numbers to a by: Seasonality in Irish tourism, (E. Kennedy, J. Deegan). Modelling the seasonality of hotel nights in Denmark by county and nationality(N.K.

Sorensen). Off-season is no season: the case of Bornholm (S. Lundtorp et al.). Seasonality has long been noted as a characteristic of tourism and is viewed as an almost insurmountable problem (Baum and Lundtorp ).It has been present in leisure from the earliest times with particular periods known as “seasons” for specific leisure activities, such as “the hunting season.” Many destinations have two seasons, one of high demand and one of limited or no demand.

Read "Seasonality in tourism: A review of seasonality of hotel accomodation in New Zealand" by Stephan Weidner available from Rakuten Kobo.

Seminar paper from the year in the subject Tourism, grade: 1,7, Stralsund University of Applied Sciences (FB Wirtsc Brand: GRIN Verlag. Seasonality in tourism has traditionally been regarded as a major problem which needs to be overcome, but relatively little research has been conducted on the patterns or causes of this phenomenon.

The paper begins with a discussion of the characteristics of seasonality and develops a methodology to study the phenomenon in more by: Seasonality in tourism is a well-documented phenomenon in tourism literature and particularly in relation to peripheral regions of Northern Europe and America.

Seminar paper from the year in the subject Tourism, grade: 1,7, Stralsund University of Applied Sciences (FB Wirtschaft), course: Revenue Managment, 9 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: This paper outlines the main facts about the topic "seasonality" in general with special consideration given to the hotel industry of New Zealand.

Keywords: tourism seasonality, ecotourism destination, peak season, off season, destination performance, Mana Pools Introduction All forms of tourism are impacted by seasonality whether mildly or severely and this setback limits the value of investing in the tourism industry (Lee, Bergin-Seers, Galloway, O’Mahony & McMurray, ).File Size: KB.

Seasonality in Tourism Paperback – January 1, by S Lundtorp; T Baum (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, "Please retry" — Author: S Lundtorp; T Baum.

Introduction. Seasonality is one of the main aspects affecting tourism. In economic terms, generally speaking, seasonality consists in the systematic, although not necessarily regular, movement of a variable in a selected period of time, usually the year (Hylleberg, ).In the case of tourism, seasonality can be defined as “the temporal imbalance in the phenomenon of tourism, which may Cited by: Tourism seasonality, words essay example.

Essay Topic: tourism. This phenomenon is referred to as seasonality, and is regarded as one of the most visible characteristics of modern tourism (Bigovi,16).Stated in simple terms, tourism seasonality represents a special kind of dependence and is often seen as a major problem that this.

SEASONALITY IN THE TOURISM INDUSTRY Impacts and Strategies. Long-Term Positive Adjustments to Seasonality: Consequences of Summer Tourism in the Jotunheimen Area, Norway If there were a complete worldwide holiday and short trip survey available, it would be reasonable to believe that this would show a pattern of strong : Tom Baum, Svend Lundtorp.

The lowest seasonality was found in Ireland where this ratio was only When taking into account the duration (nights spent) rather than the number of trips, seasonality was more pronounced: the peak month for tourism nights of residents of all but two EU countries (Malta and Slovakia) was either July or August (See Table 2 and Figure 8).

Seasonality in Tourism by Tom Baum,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1).In time series data, seasonality is the presence of variations that occur at specific regular intervals less than a year, such as weekly, monthly, or quarterly.

Seasonality may be caused by various factors, such as weather, vacation, and holidays and consists of periodic, repetitive, and generally regular and predictable patterns in the levels of a time series.