The economic impact of tourism on the state and regions of Queensland and the implications for regional tourism policy in Queensland

James, Joyce Titia (1999). The economic impact of tourism on the state and regions of Queensland and the implications for regional tourism policy in Queensland PhD Thesis, School of Economics, The University of Queensland.

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Author James, Joyce Titia
Thesis Title The economic impact of tourism on the state and regions of Queensland and the implications for regional tourism policy in Queensland
School, Centre or Institute School of Economics
Institution The University of Queensland
Publication date 1999
Thesis type PhD Thesis
Total pages 582
Language eng
Subjects 350505 Tourism Economics
160513 Tourism Policy
Formatted abstract The major contribution of this thesis is to establish a comprehensive and consistent database of tourist statistics for the regions of Queensland and for the State as a whole. It has been a major undertaking and makes a significant contribution to the state of knowledge with respect to tourism activity in Queensland.

The second major contribution of the thesis is that it undertakes the most comprehensive analysis to date of tourism incorporating economic impacts in Queensland at the regional level. This analysis is based on the information developed in the database.

The third and final major component of this thesis is its contribution to the implications for tourism policy developed in the thesis. Up to the present time there has been no systematic policies for the tourism industry at the regional level in Queensland. These issues are addressed.
Keyword Tourism -- Economic aspects -- Queensland
Tourism -- Queensland -- Statistics
Tourism -- Queensland -- Planning
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