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ANALISIS MULTIPLIER EFFECT INDUSTRI PARIWISATA DI DAERAH  ISTIMEWA YOGYAKARTA


James J. Spillane, S.J.


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The tourism industry generates substantial economic benefits to both host countries and tourist’s home countries. The direct income for an area is the amount of tourist expenditure that remains locally after taxes, profits, and wages are paid outside the area and after imports are purchased; these subtracted amounts are called leakage. In most all-inclusive package tours, about 80% of travelers' expenditures go to the airlines, hotels and other international companies (who often have their headquarters in the travelers' home countries), and not to local businesses or workers. In addition, significant amounts of income actually retained at destination level can leave again through leakage. Import leakage commonly occurs when tourists demand standards of equipment, food, and other products that the host country cannot supply. Especially in less-developed countries, food and drinks must often be imported, since local products are not up to the hotel's (i.e. tourist's) standards or the country simply doesn't have a supplying industry. Much of the income from tourism expenditures leaves the country again to pay for these imports.
Keywords : Tourist Expenditure, Leakage, Tourist’s home country, Tourist’s Host Country.

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