This paper reports the results of an exploratory investigation
into the demand for packaged travel. Traditional models of
travel demand tend to adopt a simple specification of “price”
as a uni-dimensional construct. ...
With a “middle class” of 200 million people in a large country where travel
between the major population centres by surface transport can be arduous, India
has a potentially large domestic airline market. In the post-World ...
Globalisation is an inevitable path for many types of
organisations as they strive to attain and defend competitive
advantage and strategic alliances are a necessary part of this
process. Cooperative behaviour and ...
From a tourism perspective, shortcomings in the traditional evaluation procedures for road improvements include the valuation of traditional benefits without considering different values for tourism; the lack of valuation ...
The tourism sector is heavily reliant on the rural road system and it is
not uncommon for the road and tourism authorities to receive
submissions documenting perceived shortcomings of particular roads.
This paper considers ...
Price bundling is the term used to describe the practice of
selling two or more goods or services for a single price,
often involving a form of discount. Most interest in this
practice has focused on its use by monopolies ...
A new wave of liberalisation of airline markets is taking place in less devel
oped nations, although the initial motivation in most cases is to supplement
the capacity of the government’s own airline. Liberalisation tends ...
Packaging has been a popular means of selling travel for
over a century and in no small way has been responsible for
the development of mass markets. In the light of this, it is
surprising to find that there has been ...