Internal tourism consumption
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Internal Tourism Consumption data are shown as to reflect the structure of Table 4 of the Tourism Satellite Account (TSA).

The TSA Framework makes a distinction between tourism expenditure and tourism consumption. Tourism expenditure refers to monetary transactions, whereas tourism consumption also includes other transactions: services associated with vacation accommodation on own account, tourism social transfers in kind and other imputed consumption. However, the latter transactions have to be separately evaluated. Therefore, the data might refer to either consumption or expenditure, depending on the country.

Three forms of consumption are distinguished:
Domestic tourism consumption: the tourism consumption of a resident visitor within the economy of reference.
Inbound tourism consumption: the tourism consumption of a non-resident visitor within the economy of reference.
Internal tourism consumption: the tourism consumption of both resident and non-resident visitors within the economy of reference. It is the sum of domestic tourism consumption and inbound tourism consumption.
Internal tourism consumptionContact person/organisation
For more information, please contact:
Alain.Dupeyras@oecd.org
Date last input received
Last update: November 2017
Key statistical concept
Internal Tourism Consumption data are shown as to reflect the structure of Table 4 of the Tourism Satellite Account (TSA).

The TSA Framework makes a distinction between tourism expenditure and tourism consumption. Tourism expenditure refers to monetary transactions, whereas tourism consumption also includes other transactions: services associated with vacation accommodation on own account, tourism social transfers in kind and other imputed consumption. However, the latter transactions have to be separately evaluated. Therefore, the data might refer to either consumption or expenditure, depending on the country.

Three forms of consumption are distinguished:
Domestic tourism consumption: the tourism consumption of a resident visitor within the economy of reference.
Inbound tourism consumption: the tourism consumption of a non-resident visitor within the economy of reference.
Internal tourism consumption: the tourism consumption of both resident and non-resident visitors within the economy of reference. It is the sum of domestic tourism consumption and inbound tourism consumption.