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The Application of a Two-Stage Decision Model to Analyze Tourist Behavior in Accommodation
As tourism products are not necessities for people's livelihood, zero consumption data are usually observed while conducting studies on topics that are relevant to tourism expenditure using cross-sectional research data, and a similar problem exists in tourist accommodation expenditure. This study adopts a two-stage process to examine the factors influencing tourist accommodation decisions in the domestic market, applying the dependent double-hurdle (DDH) model while using the dataset on Surveydoi:10.3390/economies10040071 fatcat:p6ghcaejmvfaxgrdo5h3voo7my