English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: The regional public spending for tourism in Italy: An empirical analysis Cellini, Roberto; Torrisi, Gianpiero

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  • The regional public spending for tourism in Italy: An empirical analysis
Author
  • Cellini, Roberto
  • Torrisi, Gianpiero
Physical Description
  • preprint
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  • We analyse the effects of public spending for tourism, in Italian regions. The evaluation is permitted by the availability of the databank under the project “Conti Pubblici Territoriali” (“Regional Public Account”) of the Ministry of Economic Development: the spending of all public subjects is aggregated according to the regions of destinations, and classified according to different criteria, including the sectoral criterion. We take a cross-section regression analysis approach. The effects of public spending for tourism on tourism attraction are investigated. Generally speaking, the effectiveness of public spending appears to be really weak.
  • Tourism; Regions; Public Spending; Regional Public Account.
  • RePEc:pra:mprapa:16131
Language
  • English
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