Is the time varying parameter model favourable for tourism demand forecasting: statistical evidence

Shen, S., Li, G. and Song, H. 2009. Is the time varying parameter model favourable for tourism demand forecasting: statistical evidence. in: Matias, A., Nijkamp, P. and Sarmento, M. (ed.) Advances in tourism economics: new developments New York Springer. pp. 107-120

Chapter titleIs the time varying parameter model favourable for tourism demand forecasting: statistical evidence
AuthorsShen, S., Li, G. and Song, H.
EditorsMatias, A., Nijkamp, P. and Sarmento, M.
Book titleAdvances in tourism economics: new developments
Page range107-120
Year2009
PublisherSpringer
Publication dates
Published2009
Place of publicationNew York
ISBN9783790821239

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