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Research research into English tourism for Inbucon/Aic Ltd. on behalf of the English Tourist Board

The English Tourist Board is interested in howEngland is seen as a tourist/holiday center by the peoplewho live within the country 's boundaries. This preliminary research has been designed to provideinformation for a large-scale quantified survey of...

Catalogue: CRAM/Peter Cooper Archive Collection
Author: CRAM/Peter Cooper Archive
June 21, 1973

Research papers

A method of sampling for a tourist survey

The purpose in presenting this paper is to show how a pioneer method of sampling was carried out, how it was validated and the implications of this validation on tourism studies. Before going into the details of the method it might be of help if some...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1972: Marketing In A Changing World
Author: W. Miller Crichton
June 15, 1972

Research papers

An exploratory model of mediterranean tourist flows

The extent of the tourist flows towards the Mediterranean seashore zones can depend a priori on a wide range of factors. We undertook a simple study involving only readily accessible' data so as to assess the existence or the absence of a structure...

Catalogue: Seminar 1967: Travel and Tourism
Author: Georges Comès
November 23, 1967

Research papers

Tourist market research from viewpoint of an (official) national tourist organisation

Compared to consumer and production goods industries, market research (meaning thereby above all field research) has been rather scarce in tourism. These last years, an increasing activity could be observed in this field. Yet, initiative has been...

Catalogue: Seminar 1967: Travel and Tourism
Authors: Paul Risch, Jost Krippendorf, Jacques Antoine, Robert Irvine
June 15, 1967

Research papers

Retail audit techniques applied to travel research

The difficulties of framing precise questions and of accurately interpreting the answer - in fact the difficulties of communication - are basic hurdles for the market researchers - even when we talk among ourselves. These difficulties are compounded...

Catalogue: Seminar 1967: Travel and Tourism
Author: W. David
June 1, 1967