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|標題:||Structural breaks, tourism development, and economic growth: Evidence from Taiwan||作者:||Lee, C.C.
|關鍵字:||tourism development;economic growth;structural break;Taiwan;nonlinear granger causality;unit-root hypothesis;residual-based tests;time-series;cointegration analysis;long-run;error-correction;demand;models;uk||Project:||Mathematics and Computers in Simulation||期刊/報告no：:||Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, Volume 77, Issue 4, Page(s) 358-368.||摘要:||
Our paper differs from previous studies by examining the issue of whether regime changes have broken down the stability of the long-run relationships between tourism development and real GDP in Taiwan for the 1959-2003 period. We empirically investigate the co-movements and the causal relationships among real GDP, tourism development, and the real exchange rate in a multivariate model. We use two different tourism variables-international tourism receipts and number of international tourist arrivals. To employ the unit root tests and the cointegration tests allowing for a structural break, the empirical evidence clearly shows that the causality between tourism and economic growth is bi-directional. Lastly, the international and cross-strait political change, economic shocks, and the relaxing of some tourism control and policies would break down the stability of the relationships between tourism development and economic growth. Overall, we do find the structural breakpoints, and they look to match clearly with the corresponding critical economic, political, or tourist incidents.(c) 2007 IMACS. Published by Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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