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The impact of journey origin specification and other assumptions upon travel cost estimates of consumer surplus : a geographical information systems analysis
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1997-01)
This paper presents a simple application of the travel cost method conducted using geographical information system software. This permits analysis of the impact of various assumptions concerning the definition of visitor ...
Cross cultural business communication : problems for the unwary
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1997-11)
The study of linguistics and its relationship to communication is a well developed discipline. Communication across cultural boundaries is also a subject of interest to many social scientists. The study of cross-cultural ...