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System for evaluating the economic effects of tourism in Canada


, : System for evaluating the economic effects of tourism in Canada. Teoros, Revue Quebecoise de Recherche Appliquee en Tourisme 7(3): 18-23

Various models are presented for evaluating with precision the economic effects of tourism in Canada. These models have been used for several years in tourism planning and analysis. The System of Evaluation of the Economic Effects of Tourism in Canada (SERETC) employs two main models: the Tourist Expenditure Evaluation Model (MDT) and the Tourism Impact Model (MIT), known collectivley as the MDT/MIT.

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