Causality between Oil Prices and Tourist Arrivals
This paper investigates the causal relationship between oil price and tourist arrivals to further explain the impact of oil price volatility on tourism-related economic activities. The analysis itself considers the time domain, frequency domain, and information theory domain perspectives. Data relating to the US and nine European countries are exploited in this paper with causality tests which include the time domain, frequency domain, and Convergent Cross Mapping (CCM). The CCM approach is nonparametric and therefore not restricted by assumptions. We contribute to existing research through the successful and introductory application of an advanced method and via the uncovering of significant causal links from oil prices to tourist arrivals.
open access journal
Citation : Huang, X., Silva, E. and Hassani, H. (2018) Causality between Oil Prices and Tourist Arrivals. Stats. 1 (1), pp. 134-154
ISSN : 2571-905X
Research Group : Institute for Applied Economics and Social Value
Research Institute : Institute for Applied Economics and Social Value (IAESV)
Peer Reviewed : Yes