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Visitor Satisfaction at the Museum: Italian versus Foreign Visitors
Trying to understand what comprises and influences visitor satisfaction is one of the most relevant areas of research for the tourism sector. The aim of this study is to analyze which factors influence overall satisfaction ...
Tourism statistics: correcting data inadequacy using coarsened exact matching
Tourism statistics are key sources of information for economic planners, tourism researchers and operators. Still, several cases of data inadequacy and inaccuracy are reported in literature. The aim of this paper is to ...
How often to a museum? Motivations matter
Some recent contributions to the literature on cultural participation have highlighted the presence of previously disregarded motivations and the necessity of a refinement of the measure of cultural capital used in empirical ...
Determinants of Individual Tourist Expenditure as a Network: Empirical Findings from Uruguay
Past literature investigating the determinants of tourist expenditure have made a wide use of econometric models to assess conditional relationships of a set of regressors in predicting individual spending. However such ...
The Behaviour of Repeat Visitors to Museums: Review and Empirical Findings
This study presents a theoretical and operational framework for analysing repeat visit to museums. Starting from the literature on repeat visit in tourism, the specificities of these cultural attractions are made explicit ...