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High-speed rail and tourism in China: An urban agglomeration perspective
Li,Leona S.Z.1; Yang,Fiona X.2; Cui,Chuantao3
2019
Source PublicationInternational Journal of Tourism Research
ISSN15221970 10992340
Volume21Issue:1Pages:45-60
AbstractThis work aims to provide a comprehensive analysis of the association between high-speed rail (HSR) operation and tourist arrivals in China. A panel data of 238 prefecture-level cities from 2003 to 2013 is analyzed, using both system generalized method of moments estimation and synthetic control methods. Nationwide, HSR implementation generates sizable tourist inflows, with stronger effect for international arrivals than for domestic ones. Furthermore, heterogeneous HSR impacts are identified through the lens of urban agglomeration: (a) Connection with core cities is quintessential in channeling international customers to the hinterlands, and (b) national cores and hinterlands benefit prominently whereas regional cores lose from HSR accessibility.
KeywordChina high-speed rail synthetic control methods system generalized method of moments tourism development urban agglomeration
DOI10.1002/jtr.2240
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Language英语
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
Corresponding AuthorCui,Chuantao
Affiliation1.Faculty of Business Administration,University of Macau,,Taipa,Macao
2.College of Tourism,Institute for Tourism Studies,,Colina de Mong-Ha,Macao
3.School of Economics,Sichuan University,,Chengdu,China
First Author AffilicationFaculty of Business Administration
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Li,Leona S.Z.,Yang,Fiona X.,Cui,Chuantao. High-speed rail and tourism in China: An urban agglomeration perspective[J]. International Journal of Tourism Research,2019,21(1):45-60.
APA Li,Leona S.Z.,Yang,Fiona X.,&Cui,Chuantao.(2019).High-speed rail and tourism in China: An urban agglomeration perspective.International Journal of Tourism Research,21(1),45-60.
MLA Li,Leona S.Z.,et al."High-speed rail and tourism in China: An urban agglomeration perspective".International Journal of Tourism Research 21.1(2019):45-60.
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