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Multi-destination and multi-purpose trip effects in the analysis of the demand for trips to a remote recreational site



Multi-destination and multi-purpose trip effects in the analysis of the demand for trips to a remote recreational site



Environmental Management 43(6): 1146-1161



One of the basic assumptions of the travel cost method for recreational demand analysis is that the travel cost is always incurred for a single purpose recreational trip. Several studies have skirted around the issue with simplifying assumptions and dropping observations considered as nonconventional holiday-makers or as nontraditional visitors from the sample. The effect of such simplifications on the benefit estimates remains conjectural.

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DOI: 10.1007/s00267-008-9253-9



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