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Price elasticity of demand: a campground example


, : Price elasticity of demand: a campground example. Journal of Travel Research 30(1): 22-29

This study was undertaken to estimate price elasticity of demand for campgrounds within the Canadian Parks Service. However, as research proceeded, it became clear that a systematic factor was disrupting attempts to accurately estimate elasticity of demand.

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DOI: 10.1177/004728759103000105


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