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1. Introduction
1.1 Background
1.2 Themes to be discussed
1.3 Outline of the thesis
Appendix 1.1
2. The System of National Accounts and its satellites
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Short Introduction to the System of National Accounts
2.3 Historic background of SNA
2.4 The sequence of accounts
2.4.1 Input-output tables
2.4.2 The SUT
2.5 The development of satellite accounts and modules
2.7 Summary and conclusions
3. Basic concepts of tourism
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Purpose of the visit
3.3 The usual environment
3.4 The recommended framework
3.4.1 The Demand approach
3.4.2 The Supply approach
3.4.3 The reconciliation
3.5 Compilation and data
3.6 Is there an “ideal TSA”?
3.7 Summary and conclusions
Appendix 3.1
4. Tourism Satellite Accounts of the Netherlands and Aruba
4.2 The Dutch TSA
4.2.1 Data sources for the Dutch TSA
4.2.3 The Dutch TSA estimates
4.3 The Aruba TSA
4.3.1 Data sources for the Aruba TSA
4.3.2 The national accounts of Aruba
4.3.3 Aruba TSA estimates
4.4 General conclusions and remarks
Appendix 4.1
5. Tourism investment
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Estimating tourism investment
5.2.1 What to measure?
5.2.2 Aggregates
5.2.3 Investment by tourism characteristic industries 2)
5.2.4 Tourism related investment by the government
5.2.5 Tourism dwellings
5.2.6 Other investments in tourism
5.3 International comparison of used methodology
5.4 The Dutch application
5.4.1 Tourism industries in the Netherlands
5.4.2 Tourism investment of the government
5.4.3 Tourism dwellings
5.4.4 The results
5.5 Summary and fnal remarks
Appendix 5.1
6. Tourism collective consumption
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Types of collective consumption
6.3 What should be measured?
6.4 The Dutch case
6.4.1 Compilation of tourism collective consumption in countries
6.4.2 Data sources
6.6 Summary and fnal remarks
Appendix 6.1
7. The institutional approach of tourism
7.1 Introduction
7.2 TSA and the sequence of accounts
7.3 The tourism sector
7.4 The institutional approach
7.5 Application of the institutional approach
7.6 Sustainable tourism
7.7 Review of the approach
Appendix 7.1
8. Tourism modelling
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Some historical background of IO modelling
8.3 Modern Input-Output Analysis
8.4 The modern SNA
8.5 Deriving symmetric IO tables
8.6 Combining the TSA and the IO table
8.7 Deriving the Aruba IO table
8.8 IO modelling and the TSA
8.9 The size of the Aruba tourism activity
8.10 Conclusion and fnal remarks
Appendix 8.1
Appendix 8.2
9. Conclusions and outlook
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Choices
9.3 Outlook
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Accounting for Tourism (TSA)

Accounting for Tourism (TSA)

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