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Young, T. & Burton, M. (1997). Supply and Demand of Agricultural Products. , Ritson, C. M. (eds). Agro-Food Marketing. New York: CAB International, pp. 29–50. com 1 Introduction In the tourism sector it is very diﬃcult to ﬁnd “complete contracts”. The typically incomplete tourism contracts regulating the business relationship between Tour Operators and Hotels are Free Sale and Allotment contracts. 4 We shall compare the observed stylized facts (the actual business relationships and the contracts) with the results from our theoretical models, in order to verify that the economic analysis applied to contracts can be used to look for solutions to some of the typical tourism economic problems.
That is, imports of foreign goods may also rise as a result of international travel. Of course, and as already stressed, this may only be true for a part of the tourists and only for some countries and some goods, however, the eﬀect might be strong enough in order to be observed at the aggregate market level. The “mechanics” is in fact similar to the second eﬀect of immigration described in Fig. 1. Thus, with rising international tourism to certain countries, the aggregate preferences may be altered in favour of foreign goods, resulting into increased imports of these.