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Tourism Demand Determinants in Europe and CIS countries

Student: Ekaterina Oreshkina

Supervisor: Tatiana Nikolaeva

Faculty: Faculty of Economics

Educational Programme: Economics (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2016

The main aim of the research is to identify factors which influence tourism demand in Europe and CIS countries. The work includes the introduction, two chapters and the conclusion. The introduction presents the actuality of the topic, the object of the study, its aim, objectives and the methodology. The first chapter considers the concept of tourism, tourism demand, the concept of factors, which influence consumers` demand; the chapter also includes the review of the literature used. The second chapter is devoted to the analysis of inbound and outbound tourism determinants. In conclusion the final results are formulated and summed up.The results received demonstrate that tourists in the first order take into consideration their preferences rather than other factors. Consumers` behavior is the same in both models: external factors which characterize the economy of the country are almost insignificant. Tourists pay their attention to the quality of the tour product, so the number of UNESCO objects within the country and the probability of existence of two different types of leisure activities have the greatest significance. In general tourists are more exacting to the countries where they can have only one type of rest.

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