Corruption and tourism: An empirical investigation in a non-linear framework
Faculty of Business and Law
School of Business
This article investigates the effect of corruption on tourism demand for a panel of countries during 1999-2009 by using panel least square and fixed effects regressions. Prior research has considered only the linear effects of corruption on tourism. We examine the relationship between corruption and tourism in a non-linear framework after controlling for economic and heritage factors. The findings suggest that corruption has a significant effect on tourism demand and that this effect is non-linear.
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