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地緣政治及其對旅遊業的影響:主題調查

Geopolitics and its Impact on Tourism - Thematic Research

出版商 GlobalData 商品編碼 949866
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 29 Pages
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地緣政治及其對旅遊業的影響:主題調查 Geopolitics and its Impact on Tourism - Thematic Research
出版日期: 2020年07月06日內容資訊: 英文 29 Pages
簡介

地緣政治是指地區,經濟,人口統計學和文化等因素對國家政治的影響,這些因素最終構成了公司和目的地的經營方式。

GlobalData旅行與旅遊副分析師Johanna Bonhill-Smith說 "世界上所有的衝突,動盪,領導權衝突和世界問題都可能導致一次共同的連鎖,這是每一次地緣政治危機的核心。大流行,貿易戰,核武器,土地衝突,網絡攻擊,軍事緊張局勢,家庭衝突和移徙都是趨勢,都可能導致地緣政治危機和這一過程中的旅行。而且,世界在不斷變化,並可能在不久的將來突顯其他導致衝突的趨勢。"

該主題調查更仔細地研究了地緣政治主題以及領先公司與整個行業中個人遊客之間的關係。本報告分析了導致地緣政治危機,負面趨勢和旅行地緣政治因素的趨勢。接下來,將介紹一系列案例研究,以觀察地緣政治對旅遊業的影響。它還為旅遊業提供建議,並說明整個報告中提到的公司。

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目錄

  • 公司
  • 趨勢
  • 引起地緣政治緊張的趨勢
  • 地緣政治緊張局勢帶來的不利趨勢
  • 地緣政治趨勢是旅遊業的驅動力
  • 案例研究
  • 阿拉伯之春
  • 土耳其政變未遂
  • 美伊衝突-波斯灣危機
  • 中印邊境爭端
  • 英國脫歐退出歐盟
  • 中美之間的貿易戰
  • 香港獨立
  • 主題分析
  • 區域風險分析
  • 地緣政治對旅行和旅遊業的影響
  • 對旅遊業的建議
  • 公司
  • 詞彙表
  • 附錄:按主題的調查方法
目錄
Product Code: GDTT-TR-S041

Geopolitics refers to the influence of factors such as geography, economics, demographics and culture in the politics of a state and these ultimately shape the way that businesses and destinations operate.

This thematic research report takes an in-depth look at the theme of Geopolitics and its relation to key players across the sector and individual tourists. This report analyzes contributing trends to a geopolitical crisis, negative trends and geopolitical drivers of travel; it then presents an array of case studies observing the impacts of geopolitics on tourism. Recommendations are then offered for the travel sector alongside a description of companies mentioned throughout the piece.

"Every global conflict, upheaval, clash of leadership and global issue can connect to one common strand - travel, affecting the freedom of movement which lies at the center of every geopolitical crisis. Pandemics, trade wars, nuclear weapons, land disputes, cyber-attacks, military tensions, domestic disputes and migration are all trends that can contribute to a geopolitical crisis, jeopardizing the travel and tourism sector along the way. The world however is consistently changing which may accentuate other trends that will cause conflict in the near future". - Johanna Bonhill-Smith, Travel & Tourism Associate Analyst, GlobalData.

Key Highlights

  • The world's leading economies have the most power when it comes to trade, investment and also travel. Seven out of the top ten leading economies are the world's most active travelers and six out of ten are also the world's largest travel and tourism spenders. Geopolitical tensions domestically, between these or other destinations has the potential to cause catastrophic damage for the travel industry.
  • One of the most obvious but no less pivotal impacts of geopolitics on tourism, is the decrease in inbound travel. Once a conflict occurs, airlines can cease flights, tour operators can cancel itineraries, cruise operators can hinder pathways causing inbound travel to seriously deteriorate.
  • Political and economic instability have long been interlinked. Whilst this may depend on the situation, an intense geopolitical situation can have a ruinous effect on an economy affecting currency, employment, productivity, growth, foreign direct investment, etc. Decreased incomes leads to a falling economy which further escalates spending constraints.
  • COVID-19 has heightened geopolitical flashpoints worldwide - primarily led by the two hegemonic super powers (US and China). With air bridges and travel bubbles now looking to form, more tensions are likely to rise between destinations.
  • GlobalData's risk index Q22019 finds that countries that have both high political and macroeconomic risks are more likely to encounter geopolitical tensions led by nationalist agendas, jeopardizing the relationship between destinations hindering tourism development. The relation between neighboring counties in a region can have a detrimental impact on domestic tourism alongside regional and inbound travel hindering the possibility of developing a viable tourism industry.

Scope

  • This thematic report provides an overview of how geopolitics influences the travel sector today and the effects of this.
  • The key trends within this theme are split between trends that contribute to a geopolitical crisis, negative trends as a result and the geopolitical drivers of tourism flows.
  • Several case studies are included to identify different geopolitical crises and the impact on travel and tourism during each event.
  • Our unique thematic analysis then dives deep into geopolitics role in travel and tourism, looking at the world's leading economies and how COVID-19 has changed tourists' perception of a destination. The regional risk analysis identifies that countries with a high political and macroeconomic risk are likely to clash affecting tourism development.

Reasons to Buy

  • Understand how geopolitics interlinks with the travel and tourism sector accessing the impacts and observing case studies where crises have occurred and how tourism has been affected.
  • Assess how COVID-19 and the introduction of 'air bubbles' and 'travel bridges' are likely to accelerate existing tensions.
  • Discover recommendations that will help to aid tourism development after a crisis, embarking on the road to recovery.
  • GlobalData's thematic research ecosystem is a single, integrated global research platform that provides an easy-to-use framework for tracking all themes across all companies in all sectors. It has a proven track record of identifying the important themes early, enabling companies to make the right investments ahead of the competition, and secure that all-important competitive advantage.
  • DMO's and TMC's within the travel and tourism industry should utilize this report to understand the relationship between geopolitics and the travel and tourism sector and how each affects the other.
  • This thematic applies to all industries within the travel sector including airlines, hotels, attractions and tour operators - management roles across different providers are likely to benefit, observing how a geopolitical crisis can escalate causing problems for tourism development.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  • Players
  • Trends
  • Trends contributing to Geopolitical tensions
  • Negative trends as a result of Geopolitical tensions
  • Geopolitical trends as drivers of tourism
  • Case studies
  • Arab Spring
  • Failed coup attempt in Turkey
  • US & Iran conflict - Persian Gulf Crisis
  • China and India border conflict
  • Brexit - UK's exit from the EU
  • Trade war between US and China
  • The independence of Hong Kong
  • Thematic Analysis
  • Regional risk analysis
  • Impact of Geopolitics on Travel & Tourism
  • Recommendations for the Travel and Tourism sector
  • Companies
  • Glossary
  • Appendix: Our thematic research methodology