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Tourism Development & Management

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Statistics

Library's Quick Reference Guide - Statistics

 

Print Resources

Compendium of Tourism Statistics

Go to AmazonCounty And City Data Book

Domestic Travel Market Report (Annual)

National and international tourism statistics : 1974-1985 = Statistiques du tourisme national et international.

Sports in America [electronic resource] : recreation, business, education, and controversy / Robert Jacobson.

Statistical Abstract of the United States - print edition + link to online version

Stats to go : a guide to statistics for hospitality, leisure, and tourism / John Buglear.

Survey of U.S. state and territory tourism offices.

Tourism statistics : international perspectives and current issues / edited by J. John Lennon.

Travel and tourism data : a comprehensive research handbook on the world travel industry / Ray Bar-On.

Travel industry world yearbook.

Travelers' use of the Internet / prepared by the Travel Industry Association of America.

Note: Do a keyword search (e.g. statistics and recreation) in the ASU Library Catalog for many more titles!

 

Electronic Resources

CIA The World FactbookGo to Amazon

County And City Data Book

Farm-based Recreation: A Statistical profile

National Household Travel Survey

Office of Travel & Tourism Industries

Sports in America [electronic resource] : recreation, business, education, and controversy / Robert Jacobson.

Statistical Abstract of the United States - print edition + link to online version

U.S. Census Bureau

Who's buying entertainment [electronic resource] / by the New Strategist editors.

Wilderness visitors and recreation impacts [electronic resource] : baseline data available for twentieth century conditions / David N. Cole, Vita Wright.

World Tourism Organization Statistics / United Nations: The United Nations World Tourism Organization’s Yearbook of Tourism Statistics provides comprehensive information on international tourism worldwide and offers, among others, a selection of the latest available statistics on international tourist arrivals, tourism receipts and expenditure.

Link to Databases with Statistical Information

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