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13 (2014) | nr 1 | 77--90
Tytuł artykułu

Tourism Interest and the Efficiency of Its Utilisations Based on the Example of the EU Countries

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Warianty tytułu
Zainteresowanie turystyczne a efektywność jego wykorzystania na przykładzie krajów UE
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Abstrakty
W artykule została podjęta tematyka efektywności przetwarzania przez kraje UE zainteresowania turystycznego definiowanego jako (X1) przyjazdy do obiektów zbiorowego zakwaterowania, w efekty, takie jak (Y1) liczba turystycznych obiektów zbiorowego zakwaterowania i (Y2) PKB na mieszkańca w krajach UE. Do pomiaru efektywności zastosowano metodę DEA, wykorzystując modele CCR, BCC i NIRS. W wyniku czego stwierdzono, że znaczne podobieństwa w efektywności przekształcania wspomnianych nakładów w efekty występują jedynie w grupie krajów bogatszych (PKB > średniej dla UE) lub biedniejszych (PKB < średniej dla UE). Ponadto przeprowadzona analiza wykazała, że kraje bogatsze osiągają wyższą czystą efektywność techniczną (pure technical efficiency - PTE), a kraje biedniejsze osiągają wyższą efektywność skali (scale efficiency - SE). (abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
This article discusses the subject of the efficiency of the transformation of tourism interest defined as arrivals in tourist accommodation establishments into outputs, such as collective tourist accommodation establishments and GDP per inhabitant in the EU countries. For the measurement of efficiency the DEA method was used and the following models were assumed: CCR, BCC, NIRS. As a result was confirmed that significant similarity in the efficiency of the transformation of the inputs above referred to into outputs was only observed in the group of richer countries (GDP > average for the EU) or in the group of poorer countries. The analysis conducted proved that richer countries achieved higher PTE, while poorer countries achieved higher SE. (original abstract)
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77--90
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Twórcy
  • University School of Physical Education in Poznan, Poland
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