Tourism and Economic Globalization: An Emerging Research Agenda

Song, Haiyan, Li, Gang and Cao, Zheng (2018). Tourism and Economic Globalization: An Emerging Research Agenda. Journal of Travel Research, 57 (8), pp. 999-1011.

Abstract

Globalization characterizes the economic, social, political, and cultural spheres of the modern world. Tourism has long been claimed as a crucial force shaping globalization, while in turn the developments of the tourism sector are under the influences of growing interdependence across the world. As globalization proceeds, destination countries have become more and more susceptible to local and global events. By linking the existing literature coherently, this study explores a number of themes on economic globalization in tourism. It attempts to identify the forces underpinning globalization and assess the implications on both the supply side and the demand side of the tourism sector. In view of a lack of quantitative evidence, future directions for empirical research have been suggested to investigate the interdependence of tourism demand, the convergence of tourism productivity, and the impact of global events.

Publication DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0047287517734943
Divisions: Aston Business School
Additional Information: © Sage 2017. The final publication is available via Sage at http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0047287517734943
Uncontrolled Keywords: Globalization,Economic interdependence,Tourism demand,Tourism supply
Full Text Link: http://epubs.su ... y.ac.uk/844802/
Related URLs: https://journal ... 047287517734943 (Publisher URL)
Published Date: 2018-11-01
Authors: Song, Haiyan
Li, Gang
Cao, Zheng ( 0000-0002-3545-7313)

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