Economic Contributions of National Park Visitations: Analyses of Spending Effects

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Jenell Meehan (Editor)

Series: Economic Issues, Problems and Perspectives
BISAC: BUS070070

The National Park Service (NPS) manages the nation’s most iconic destinations that attract millions of visitors from across the nation and around the world. Trip-related spending by NPS visitors generates and supports a considerable amount of economic activity within park gateway communities. This book provides an economic effects analysis which measures how NPS visitor spending cycles through local economies, generating business sales and supporting jobs and income. (Imprint: Nova)

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Preface

Chapter 1 – 2012 National Park Visitor Spending Effects: Economic Contributions to Local Communities, States, and the Nation (pp. 1-42)
Catherine Cullinane Thomas, Christopher Huber and Lynne Koontz

Chapter 2 – Economic Benefits to Local Communities from National Park Visitation, 2011 (pp. 43-80)
Yue Cui, Ed Mahoney and Teresa Herbowicz

Chapter 3 – Economic Benefits to Local Communities from National Park Visitation and Payroll, 2010 (pp. 81-124)
Daniel J. Stynes

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