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|Title:||The impact of infrastructure on tourism: the case of Sri Lanka|
|Authors:||Mustafa, A. M. M.|
|Publisher:||Canadian Center of Science and Education|
|Citation:||Mustafa, A. M. M. (2019). The impact of infrastructure on tourism: the case of Sri Lanka, Asian Social Science, 15(7), pp 174-181.|
|Abstract:||This study examines the impact of infrastructure on tourism development in Sri Lanka with greater emphasis on road network. The time period used in this study are ranging from year 2005 to year 2017. The annual time series data are analyzed by using statistical package, E-Views 10 after the preliminary calculations by using Microsoft Excel. The unit root of the variables is tested by ADF test to test the stationarity of the time series data used in the model of this study. Co-integration is tested with the use of Engle–Granger. The relationship of causality between the variables is found by test of Granger Causality. The results show that infrastructure has significant short run as well long run positive impact on tourism. Two-way causal relationship is found between tourism sector and infrastructure. Further, this study recommends that the government should play its role in improving the infrastructure facilities to increase tourist’s arrival in Sri Lanka.|
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