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Are low cost carriers helping or hindering regional dispersal? Findings from a logit analysis of the national visit survey data

Koo, T.T.R. et al.

; Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education; CAUTHE; Fremantle, Australia, 2009; Feb, 0, P79 -- Fremantle, W.A.; Curtin University of Technology; 2009

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The carbon footprint of Australian tourism

Hoque, S. et al.

; Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education; CAUTHE; Fremantle, Australia, 2009; Feb, 0, P61 -- Fremantle, W.A.; Curtin University of Technology; 2009

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Estimating the impact of the carbon pollution reduction scheme on the Australian Tourism Industry: A computable general equilibrium approach

Dwyer, L. et al.

; Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education; CAUTHE; Fremantle, Australia, 2009; Feb, 0, P41 -- Fremantle, W.A.; Curtin University of Technology; 2009

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Measuring Productivity And Yield In Australian Tourism: The Relevance Of Tourism Satellite Accounts And Computable Equilibrium Modelling

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Melbourne; Victoria University - School of Hospitality, Tourism and Marketing; 2006

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Measuring Productivity And Yield In Australian Tourism: The Relevance Of Tourism Satellite Accounts And Computable Equilibrium Modelling

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Melbourne; Victoria University - School of Hospitality, Tourism and Marketing; 2006

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Measuring Productivity And Yield In Australian Tourism: The Relevance Of Tourism Satellite Accounts And Computable Equilibrium Modelling

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Melbourne; Victoria University - School of Hospitality, Tourism and Marketing; 2006

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Measuring Productivity And Yield In Australian Tourism: The Relevance Of Tourism Satellite Accounts And Computable Equilibrium Modelling

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Melbourne; Victoria University - School of Hospitality, Tourism and Marketing; 2006

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Yield Measurement For Special Interest Australian Inbound Tourism Markets

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Melbourne; Victoria University - School of Hospitality, Tourism and Marketing; 2006

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Yield Measurement For Special Interest Australian Inbound Tourism Markets

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