Statistical Data of Differentiation of Tourist Expenses

Nino Abesadze, Marine Mindorashvili, Nino Paresashvili

Abstract


Purpose of the Article. The main purpose of the article is to make complex statistical analysis of tourist expenses of foreign visitors.

Methodology/Methods. We used mixed technique of selection that implies rules of random and proportional selection. Computer software SPSS was used to compute statistical data for corresponding analysis.

Scientific aim. Corresponding methodology of tourism statistics was implemented according to international standards.

Results. Important information was collected and grouped from the major Georgian airports. Techniques of statistical observation were prepared. Representative population of foreign visitors and a rule of selection of respondents were determined. We have a trend of growth of tourist numbers and share of tourists from post-soviet countriesconstantly increases. Level of satisfaction with tourist facilities and quality of service has grown, but still we have a problem of disparity between quality of service and prices.

Conclusions. The design of tourist expenses of foreign visitors is diverse; competitiveness of tourist products of Georgian tourist companies is higher


Keywords


tourist, expense, technique, statistics, analysis

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GOST Style Citations


Abesadze, N. Statistics for Tourism [Text] / N. Abesadze, R. Kinkladze, K. Chitaladze. – 2015. – P. 15–27.

Alternative methodologies for studying the tourism experience [Electronic recourse]. – Available at: http://www.goodfellowpublishers.com/free_files/Chapter%2010–afe06955ded846d9978f7a4bfe466367.pdf.

Basic questionnaire proposed by WTO to estimate visitor expenditure associated to inbound tourism [Electronic recourse]. – Available at: http://www.sesrtcic.org/imgs/news/Image

Paresashvili, N. Major Tasks of Ecotourism Management in Georgia Social and Behavioral Sciences [Text] / N. Paresashvili. – 2014. – P. 170–173.

Paresashvili, N. Involvement Problems of Tourism Stakeholders and Managing the Process of Solving Them [Text] / N. Paresashvili, T. Maisuradze // International Journal of Management and Commerce Innovations. – 2016. – № 4 (1). – P. 515–520.

Methodological manual for tourism statistics [Electronic recourse] : Version 3.1. (2014). – Available at: http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/3859598/6454997/KS–GQ–14–013–EN–N.pdf

Dann, G. Methodology in tourism research [Electronic recourse] / G. Dann, D. Nash, P. Pearce // Annals of tourism research. – № 15 (1). – P. 1–28. – Available at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/01607383/15/1

Lorraine, B. Research methods in tourism [Electronic recourse] / B. Lorraine. – Bornemouth : Bournemouth University, 2009. – Available at: http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/12871/2/RESEARCH_METHODS_IN_TOURISM.pdf

Dwyer, L. Recent Advances in Tourism Economics [Electronic recourse] / L. Dwyer. – Available at: https://elgarblog.com/2013/09/27/recent–advances–in–tourism–economics–by–larry–dwyer/

Dwyer, L. Research Methods in Tourism: Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches [Electronic recourse] / L. Dwyer. – Available at: https://elgarblog.com/2012/09/07/research–methods–in–tourism–quantitative–and–qualitative–approaches–by–larry–dwyer/

Research on International Experiences in Measuring Visitor Expenditure Associated with Inbound Tourism [Electronic recourse]. – Available at: https://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/bop/2002/02–38.pdf

Available at: http://www.e–unwto.org/doi/abs/10.18111/9789284406173.2

Available at: www.geostat.ge





DOI: https://doi.org/10.18371/fcaptp.v2i21.75689

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