Subject: Mega Events, Olympics, Tourists, Gravity Model
jel: jel:C23 | jel:C21
There have been debates on the effects of Olympics on economy. Previous studies estimated the direct benefits and costs of Olympic Games, and concluded that the net effects were positive or negative depending on specific assumptions used for evaluations. Recent studies ... View more
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