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Destination brand equity in tourism context: evidence on Iran

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Do neighbouring countries encourage the demand of international business tourism?

Travel: A Spatial-temporal Approach, Tourism Management, 32, 1075–1084 [16] DiPietro, R. B., Breitner, D., Rompf, P., & Godlewska, M. (2008). An exploratory study of differences among meeting and exhibition planners in their destination selection criteria. Journal of Convention & Event Tourism, 9(4), 258–276 [17] Dragičević, V., Jovičević, D., Belšić, I., Stankov, U., & Bošković, D. (2012). Business tourism destination competitiveness: A case of Vojvodina Province (Serbia). Economic Research – Ekonomska Istraživanja, 25(2), 311–332 [18] Draper, J

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Role of tour guides on tourist satisfaction level in guided tours and impact on re-visiting Intention: a research in Istanbul

, Recommendation and Revisiting Singapore.Tourism Management. 28(4): 965-975. [19] Jang, S. & Feng, R. (2007). Temporal Destination Revisit Intention: The Effects of Novelty Seeking and Satisfaction. Tourism Management. 28(2):580-590. [20] Jones, T.O. & Sasser, W.E. (1995). Why Satisfied Customers Defect. Harward Business Review. 73(6):1-14. [21] Kayıs, A. (2010). Guvenirlilik Analizi, Ed., Kalaycı, Ş. Uygulamalı Cok Değişkenli İstatistik Teknikleri. Ankara: Asil Yayın Dağıtım. [22] Khalifah, Zainab. (2007). Tour

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Tourists’ perceived value of wildlife tourism product at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

tourism to protected areas-A micro case study of wildlife tourism to South Luangwa National Park, Zambia. International Journal of Tourism Research, 3, 393-405. [40] Oduor, S. O. & Schagerl, M. (2007). Temporal trends of ion contents and nutrients in the three Kenya Rift Valley salinealkaline lakes and their influence on phytoplankton biomass Hydrobiologia. Hydrobiologia, 548, 59-68. [41] Oh, H. (2000). Diners’ Perceptions of Quality, Value and Satisfaction. Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly, 41(3), 58-66. [42] Orams, M. B. (2002

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