Browsing by Author "Lim, Christine"

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  • Analysing seasonal changes in New Zealand's largest inbound market

    Lim, Christine; McAleer, Michael (Centre for Tourism Research and Development, 2008)
    The purpose of the paper is to analyse seasonal changes in tourism demand by New Zealand's major tourist source market, Australia, for the period 1979-2005. A time series regression model is used to test the significance ...
  • China's post 1978 experience in outbound tourism

    Lim, Christine; Wang, Ying (Elsevier, 2008)
    In 1978, Deng Xiao-Ping introduced economic reforms and the open-door policy in China. Since then, the Chinese government started to recognize tourism as a means to economic development and modernisation. Chinese outbound ...
  • An econometric analysis of hotel–motel room nights in New Zealand with stochastic seasonality

    Lim, Christine; Chan, Felix (2011)
    Seasonality has attracted considerable interest in empirical tourism research and forecasting. However, the analysis of such recurring phenomenon is sparse in hospitality research, with very few studies to date having ...
  • Forecasting h(m)otel guest nights in New Zealand

    Lim, Christine; Chang, Chialin; McAleer, Michael (Elsevier, 2009)
    The purpose of this paper is to highlight some time series models which hotel and motel industry practitioners could use to forecast guest nights. Given their considerable practicality, the lodging industry can easily ...
  • Intervention analysis of SARS on Japanese tourism demand for Taiwan

    Min, Jennifer C.H.; Lim, Christine; Kung, Hsien-Hung (2010)
    Japan was Asia’s leading generator of international tourism in the 1980s and 1990s. Japanese tourists make up over 30% of all international tourists to Taiwan and they have been the highest ranking tourist source market ...