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impact of fiscal year 1988/89 out-of-state tourism on the Florida economy

Kenneth Trager

impact of fiscal year 1988/89 out-of-state tourism on the Florida economy

by Kenneth Trager

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Published by Florida Legislature, Joint Legislative Management Committee, Division of Economic and Demographic Research in [Tallahassee] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Florida
    • Subjects:
    • Tourism -- Florida -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Kenneth Trager.
      ContributionsFlorida. Legislature. Joint Legislative Management Committee. Division of Economic and Demographic Research.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsG155.U6 T6762 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination62 p. ;
      Number of Pages62
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1990472M
      LC Control Number90623396

      Tourism is one of the world's largest industries and biggest employers, with both positive and negative effects of inbound and outbound tourism felt on economic, environmental and social levels.   The economic impact of Orlando’s tourism industry goes beyond visitor spending – Orlando’s tax laws ensure local businesses and residents also benefit. Visitors to Central Florida counties pay more than $5 billion each year in state and local taxes, accounting for roughly half of all sales tax revenue in places like Orange County, home.

      To find out more, see Roger Noll and Andrew Zimbalist’s edited book, Sports, Jobs, and Taxes: The Economic Impact of Sports Teams and Stadiums. America is in the midst of a sports construction. The study was conducted by Tourism Economics, an Oxford Economics Company, over a six-month period in Key findings from the study include: Out-of-state visitor spending in Florida reached $ billion in , an increase of percent over the previous year; On average, out-of-state visitors spend $ million per day in Florida.

      The extent, to which these products are manufactures or assembled in this particular area, provides an economic impact on the local economy. Worldwide, tourism has become one of the most important sectors of the national economy. Revenues from tourism are growing, adding to the national budget. Being one of the highest and the most dynamic. waters contributed well over $50 billion and nearly , jobs to the U.S. economy in , the most recent year for which data is available.2 As one of America’s largest and fastest-growing employers, the U.S. travel and tourism industry greatly impacts regional economies. This is true for major cities, local communities, parks.


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Impact of fiscal year 1988/89 out-of-state tourism on the Florida economy by Kenneth Trager Download PDF EPUB FB2

Economic Impact of Beach Tourism: Florida and Palm Beach County Almost $50 Billion in Sales Added to the Florida Economy in Florida Out of State.37%28%21% 51, 8% 35, 5% 6, 1% Geographic Origin Of Beach Visits By.

Florida’s top industry, tourism, added $ billion to the state’s economy in Flickr/Visit St. Pete/Clearwater Tourists flock to Florida's miles of beaches and warm : Laura Mccamy. 1. Tourism. A record million tourists visited Florida ina % percent increase over the million visitors in   As of.

The VISIT FLORIDA research department studies global consumer trends and travel patterns to learn more about Florida’s visitors and their preferences. Every year our Research Department prepares the industry leading Florida Visitor Study, in addition to many other useful studies.

Florida Statistical Abstract. Rosen REF HAF Florida Visitor Study. Rosen REF GU6 F5. Orlando Business Journal Book of Lists. Rosen REF HCO7 B4. Economic Review of Travel in America. Rosen REF GU6 E32Author: Judy Kuhns. VISIT FLORIDA released new figures on the economic impact of visitors to Florida.

Inout-of-state visitor spending in Florida reached a. The Negative Impact of Tourism on Economy. Seasonal: The fact remains that most people tend to travel to other locations only during holidays and as a result, the tourism industry is looking more like a cyclic model, with a seasonal rush and nothing much for the rest of the season.

This has a negative impact on the local economy and on the. Tourism Spending in Florida Visit Florida, a not-for-profit corporation formed in (as a public-private partnership), is the state’s official tourism marketing corporation. Visit Florida’s total tourism spending budget for fiscal year (FY) was $ million, with about $74 million and $ million in.

VISIT FLORIDA released new figures on the economic impact of visitors to Florida. Inout-of-state visitor spending in Florida reached a record $ billion, an increase of percent over the previous year. Visitors generated $88 billion, or roughly 10 percent, of Florida’s total Gross Domestic Product (GDP), up percent overand Read More.

million tourists to the state each fiscal year. In addition to providing a valuable economic resource, the beach and dune system protects coastal development from storms and protects critical habitats for a variety of wildlife species. According to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, over miles, or approximately 57%.

$ billion - Total State Sales Tax Revenue to Tourism (23 percent of taxes collected) million 1 - Total Number of Visitors to Florida; 1, - Number of Floridians Employed in Tourism Related Industry Categories; $ - Average Amount Spent by Each Domestic Visitor per Day in Florida; Tourism related spending for: $ billion.

The state of Florida's publicly financed spending level was relatively high in when the Seevers and Deskins data set ends, and spending has recently leapt from a reported $54 million in. SPECIAL REPORT BY FLORIDA TAXWATCH CENTER FOR TOURISM THE IMPACT OF TOURISM ON FLORIDA’S ECONOMY: TELLING THE FULL STORY DRAFT DRAFT DRAFT DRAFT DRAFT DRAFT DRAFT Introduction InFlorida TaxWatch produced a study for Visit Florida entitled, The Benefits and Costs of Tourism To Florida.

This Special Report is an update of that study undertaken at the request of the Center for Tourism’s. Florida drew a record million visitors inincluding million people during the first half of last year. In a news release Thursday announcing the January-through-June estimates forDeSantis highlighted the impact of the tourism industry on the state’s economy.

Visit Florida in recent years received $76 million from the Legislature for tourism-promotion efforts, but the budget DeSantis signed for the fiscal year slashed that amount to. Pushing back against the fiscal hawks in his own party, the Republican governor maintains that $50 million in funding for Visit Florida in his proposed $ billion budget for fiscal year.

Predictions for the extent to which impacts of tourism will impact the world's economic system appear to agree that the number of international tourist arrivals will reach approximately billion by the year Of those tourists, billion are expected to be intra-regional, and million to be long-haul.

The study says travel, tourism and hospitality supports more thanjobs and contributed a record $ billion in spending by visitors to Indiana’s economy in   CNBC takes a look at the 10 states that had the biggest tourism advertising and promotion budgets for the –14 fiscal year, the latest figures available from the U.S.

Travel Association. examine fiscal impacts, as well as social and environmental impacts. Be aware that an economic impact analysis, by itself, provides a rather narrow and often one-sided perspective on the impacts of tourism.

Studies of the economic impacts of tourism tend to emphasize the positive benefits of tourism. Washington state & local government revenue sources, Fiscal Year ($ millions) Source Amount Sales & Gross Receipts Tax $24, Property Tax $11, Individual & Corporate Income Tax $0 Other Taxes $3, Education Charges $3, Hospital Charges $4, Other Charges $13, Interest Earnings $1, Other General Revenue $4, Total $66, Fiscal Year Washington is.

Visit Florida in recent years received $76 million from the Legislature for tourism-promotion efforts, but the budget DeSantis signed for the fiscal year. The port has an incubator effect on economic development in South Florida, and although in recent years there have been fre- quent references made to the Port of Miami's economic impact, there has not been a professional impact study done on the Port since the Port's in-house study undertaken by Sterett et al.

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