A theoretical and empirical analysis of the tourism industry as it applies to consumers and providers at the community/regional/national and international levels. Topics include cost structures in the tourism industries and related pricing issues, demand analysis and market segmentation, economic and social impacts of tourism, the role of multinationals and government in the tourism industry.
Instructor: Brian VanBlarcom
Prerequisites: ECON 1013/1023 at C- level or better
Course Type: Online; Continuous-intake. Register anytime and learn at your own pace
In this course, you'll examine key economic principles as they relate to tourism, using both microeconomic and macroeconomic approaches.