The Role of Wealth in Demand for International Air travel

The Role of Wealth in Demand for International Air travel

The authors formulate and estimate a model of international air travel demand for Israel. Consumers' wealth is found to be a significant determinant and failure to include it in the estimated equations yields price elasticities which are biased downward and income elasticities which are biased upward.

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