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Capacity in the BeiJing hotel market, after the BeiJing Olympics 2008
Pages 60 (15060 words)
Capacity in the Beijing Hotel Market After the 2008 Beijing Olympics Table of Contents Executive Summary 5 Chapter 1: Introduction 8 1.1 Statement of the Problem 9 1.2 Purpose of the Study 10 1.3 Summary 8 Chapter 2: Review of the Literature 12 2.1 Componets of Overcapacity 12 2.2 Historical Aspects of Beijing’s Hotel Market 13 2.3 Economic Impact of Beijing Hotels 14 2.4 Investor Impact 16 2.5 The Current Economic Situation 18 2.6 Agglomeration and the Law of Supply and Demand 20 2.6 Summary 26 Chapter 3: Methodlogy 23 3.1 Research Method and Design Appropriateness 27 3.2 Research Questions 27 3.3 Population 28 3.4 Sampling Frame 29 3.5 Informed Consent 30 3.6 Geographic Location 30 3.7 Da
Beijing is certainly no exception to this rule. It is important, however, that hotel development not result in a prolonged period of excess room inventory. Hotel overcapacity in China, in particular Beijing, has been a concern since the Chinese borders were opened up back in the late 1970s. Since that time, the number of tourist arrivals has increased nearly every year, providing a boon to nearly aspect of the tourist business. As a consequence, hotel development has escalated as well throughout the past four decades. ...
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