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Economic impacts of migration induced inbound tourism

Economic impacts of migration induced inbound tourism

Discussion Paper Series School of Business and Technology, University of Western Sydney ( E9305): 39pp.

Australia has one of the world's highest intakes of immigration per caput and also has a rapidly expanding tourist industry. The nexus between immigration and tourism has been relatively neglected, however. Since the level of permanent migration may be expected to influence short term travel to Australia, the question arises as to the economic impact of any migration induced tourism flows.

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