Visitor forecasts of the Asia-Pacific region
Start dateDecember 2012
With the Asia-Pacific region showing strong growth leadership globally, tourism has become an increasingly important sector in the region’s economy. To maintain the region’s competitive edge, a reliable and effective forecasting system is essential to assist destinations in the development of strategies for the coming years by accurately predicting arrivals, visitor receipts and departures.
This project is produced by the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) in collaboration with The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and expert members of the University of Surrey.
Professor Haiyan Song
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Professor Gang Li
Professor of Tourism Economics, Director of International Relations, Director of the Centre for Competitiveness of the Visitor EconomySee profile
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