Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Edith Cowan University

Faculty

Business and Law

School

School of Accounting, Finance and Economics/Finance, Economics, Markets and Accounting Research Centre

RAS ID

10412

Comments

This article was originally published as: Yap, G. (2010). Examining the existence of long-run relationships between East Asian economic integration and ASEAN tourism exports. Proceedings of GMIEER. (pp. 22). . Perth, Australia. Edith Cowan University. Original article available here

Abstract

This paper examines the existence of long-run relationships between East Asian economic integration and tourism exports for nine selected ASEAN States for the period 1996-2007. I employ tourist arrivals data as a proxy for tourism exports and trade ratios as a proxy for the economic integration. Using Johansen’s Fisher panel cointegration test, the findings show that tourist arrivals and trade ratios are cointegrated in seven out of nine Southeast Asia countries. This suggests that East Asia economic integration can be one of the important factors that influence international tourism demand to ASEAN States in the long-run. However, for Laos and Thailand, the tourist arrivals and trade ratios are not cointegrated.

Included in

Economics Commons

 
COinS