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Archer,Brian. &quotEconomic Impact Analysis&quot.&nbspAnnalsof Tourism Research&nbsp23.3(2014): 704-707. Web.

Inthe article &quotEconomic Impact Analysis&quot, Brian Archerhighlights the significance of proper economic modelling, with thedata entered in these models generate reliable information necessaryfor proper policy and planning reasons. The article identifies thevital sources of credible data to be used in the model such asnational accounts, transaction details that used in the numerouseconomic sectors, and official import figures that will be enteredinto the models. The data generated displays the consumption patternof the economy. Brian Archer illustrates the importance of suchmodels as they can be used in tourism to identify various impactsthat are made by the diverse tourist categories in the country.

Das,Jayoti and Cassandra E. Dirienzo. &quotTourism Competitiveness andThe Role of Fractionalization”.International Journal of Tourism Research&nbsp14.3(2011): 285-297. Web.

Inthe article &quotTourism Competitiveness and The Role ofFractionalization” by Jayoti Das and Cassandra E. Dirienzoevidently, highlight the numerous studies that have identified thefactors that contribute to the demand and supply of tourism and thevarious aspects that affect the competitiveness of a touristdestination. The article also shows that no research study has beendone to identify the relationship between linguistic diversity and anethic degree in a country and how these factors affect thedevelopment of the economy. Through the study conducted by Jayoti Dasand Cassandra E. Dirienzo, they have focused on highlighting thefacts that linguistic and ethnic diversity have a negative effect onthe degree of competitiveness in nations as tourist destinations. Thearticle also highlights the fact that wealthier countries mitigatethe negative effects of linguistic and ethnic diversity on the degreeof competitiveness experienced. In conclusion, it is evident thatstrong economies can greatly reduce the negative effects oflinguistic and ethnic diversity on the degree of tourismcompetitiveness in the country.

Doran,Rouven and Svein Larsen. &quotAre We All Environmental Tourists Now?The Role of Biases in Social Comparison Across and Within Tourists,And Their Implications&quot.&nbspJournalof Sustainable Tourism&nbsp22.7(2013): 1023-1036. Web.

Inthe article &quotAre We All Environmental Tourists Now? The Role ofBiases in Social Comparison Across and Within Tourists, And TheirImplications&quot by Rouven Doran and Svein Larsen, it has beenidentified that by understanding the various factors that influencethe decisions made by tourists to select a specific touristdestination and how social cognition assists in this process. Thearticle is based on two studies that investigated social comparisonbias, and tourist’s environmental attitudes. From the results ofthe studies, Rouven Doran and Svein Larsen emphasizes that mosttourists perceive having more positive environmental attitudes thanother tourists and this causes desirable environmental standards.

Gosar,Anton. &quotInternational Tourism and Its Impact on the SlovenianSociety and Landscape&quot.GeoJournal&nbsp30.3(2012): 339-348. Web.

Inthe article, the authors Anton and Gosar, conducts a study on theimpact of tourism on Slovenian society, where they state thatSlovenia should be one of the greatest tourist destinations in theworld. This is because of features such as the natural phenomena,beautiful cultural landscapes, and resorts located on naturalattractions. All of the identified features have a direct effect onthe tourist industry in the country. The article also shows how theidentified phenomenon features impact the economy, diversity, andculture of these Slovenian regions. Unfortunately, Anton and Gosarstate that due to ignorance during the socialist period, the countryonly receives three percent of its revenue from the tourist sector.However, there are numerous development opportunities to revive thetourism industry in Slovenia.

Jee,Bong-Gu, Tae-Gu Kim, and Gye-Hee Lee. &quotRelationship among Levelof Performance of Tourism, Perception of Effects, And Level ofImportance of Tourism Industry&quot.&nbspJournalof the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society&nbsp12.8(2011): 3777-3784. Web.

Jeeetal., journalexamines the influence public servant’s importance to the tourismsector in Korea and the perception they have towards the industry.The article focuses on the positive analysis that was conducted toidentify how the public servant`s perception affects the tourismindustry and whether the public servants were satisfied in thecurrent tourism industry. The journal shows that the perception ofthe public servants had a great effect on the tourism industry whilethe cost of tourist influence did not have any significance in thetourist industry.

Lyons,Kevin D. et al. &quotProfessional Development Barriers And BenefitsIn A Tourism Knowledge Economy&quot.&nbspInternationalJournal of Tourism Research&nbsp18.4(2015): 319-326. Web.

Inthe article, Kevin, etal.,examines the importance and intentions of medium tourist’senterprises managers seeking professional development in theirsector. The article identifies the factors, barriers, and benefits ofintroducing professional in the medium tourist’s enterprise sector.Through the use of logistic regression, Kevin etal.,predicted the intentions of medium tourist’s enterprises managersto encourage professional development while focusing on eliminatingbarriers such as business size, education level, and trainingfactors. The article’s aim was to identify the benefits ofprofessional development in the medium tourist`s enterprises managersand the various barriers affecting the sector.

Momeni,Mehdi. &quotThe Role Of Tourists’ Offices In The Tourists’Attraction And Their Contentment: Case Study Of Isfahan, Iran&quot.&nbspAsianSocial Science&nbsp11.13(2015): n. pag. Web.

Inthis article, Mehdi and Momeni has identified tourist offices as animportant yet basic infrastructure in the development of tourism inIran. The tourist offices function as a representative of thecountry’s tourism state and services offered in each region. Thearticle shows that these offices play a vital role in enhancingsharing of communication that are required by the tourists. Mehdi andMomeni identifies customer satisfaction and motivating individuals tovisit various tourist destinations in the region as the office`s mainrole. The article`s aim is to identify the weaknesses and strengthsof these tourist offices and the strategies that will improve theefficiency of service delivery.

Oh,Chi-Ok and Hyounggon Kim. &quotStakeholder Differences In EconomicBenefits Of Heritage Tourism Development&quot.&nbspTourismEconomics&nbsp22.3(2016): 665-670. Web.

Inthe article, Oh etal.,focuses their attention on two vital stakeholders in the tourismindustry as supply and demand. The article focuses on understandinghow the two stakeholders relate with the aim of ensuring long-termgrowth and success of the tourism industry. Oh etal.,illustrates the economic impact the two stakeholders have tourismresources.

Okazaki,Shintaro, Luisa Andreu, and Sara Campo. &quotKnowledge Sharing AmongTourists Via Social Media: A Comparison Between Facebook And Tripadvisor&quot.&nbspInternationalJournal of Tourism Research&nbsp(2016):n. pag. Web.

Inthe article, Okazaki, Luisa and Sara evaluates the impact of touristssharing knowledge in social media. The article focuses on studyingthe impact through cognitive, relational, and structural dimensionsusing two social media platforms that are TripAdvisor and Facebook.The article identifies the effect each social media platform has onthe knowledge shared and the effect it has on other tourists.

Seetanah,B. &quotAssessing the Dynamic Economic Impact of Tourism for IslandEconomies&quot.&nbspAnnalsof Tourism Research&nbsp38.1(2011): 291-308. Web.

Inthis article, Seetanah examines the probable contribution that thetourism sector in the 19 islands on the development and growth of theeconomy using the slow growth model. The article shows the hugesignificance of the tourism industries has on the islands and itseconomies. Seetanah states that due to the impact tourism industrieshave on the islands there is a bi-casual relationship that existsbetween the growth of the economy of the islands and the successfultourist industry.