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Last update: January 2016
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The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of an economy is defined as the sum of the gross value added generated by all industries.

Tourism GDP corresponds to the part of GDP generated by all industries in response to internal tourism consumption.

A further distinction must be made between direct tourism GDP and indirect tourism GDP.
Put simply, tourism direct GDP is generated by industries directly in contact with visitors, while indirect tourism GDP is generated by industries supplying inputs to industries directly in contact with the visitors.

The TSA Framework limits its recommendations to the evaluation of direct tourism GDP.

Key tourism indicatorsContact person/organisation
For more information, please contact:
Alain.Dupeyras@oecd.org
Date last input received
Last update: January 2016
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The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of an economy is defined as the sum of the gross value added generated by all industries.

Tourism GDP corresponds to the part of GDP generated by all industries in response to internal tourism consumption.

A further distinction must be made between direct tourism GDP and indirect tourism GDP.
Put simply, tourism direct GDP is generated by industries directly in contact with visitors, while indirect tourism GDP is generated by industries supplying inputs to industries directly in contact with the visitors.

The TSA Framework limits its recommendations to the evaluation of direct tourism GDP.