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Title: Tourist taxation as a sustainability financing mechanism for mass tourism destinations
Authors: Cárdenas García, Pablo Juan
Pulido Fernández, Juan Ignacio
Durán Román, José Luis
Carrillo Hidalgo, Isabel
Abstract: Tourism taxation is one of the tools that can effectively contribute to obtaining resources that favor the development of policies to improve sustainability and the tourist experience in the destination. In this context, the objectives of this research are, on the one hand, to identify tourist preferences when offered 15 different taxes and fees, and, on the other hand, to identify which socio-demographic factors and trip characteristics condition the tourist's willingness to pay (WTP) of the five most accepted taxes and fees. This study was carried out in Andalusia, a region in southern Spain with a mass tourism specialization.
Keywords: Andalusia, mass tourism, sustainability, tourism experience, tourism taxation
Issue Date: 29-Mar-2022
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Citation: Cárdenas‐García, P. J., Pulido‐Fernández, J. I., Durán‐Román, J. L., & Carrillo‐Hidalgo, I. (2022). Tourist taxation as a sustainability financing mechanism for mass tourism destinations. International Journal of Tourism Research, 24(4), 577-592.
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