2011/3-4

ON TESTS FOR LONG MEMORY PROCESS BEHAVIOR OF INTERNATIONAL TOURISM MARKET: THAILAND AND INDIA

by Songsak Sriboonchitta, Prasert Chaitip, Péter Balogh, Sándor Kovács, Chukiat Chaiboonsri In our research we examine the behaviour of both Thailand’s and India’s international tourism market by using long-memory analysis. The international tourism market of Thailand combined with seven groups such as East Asia, Europe, The Americas, South Asia, Oceania,…

NEW TYPES OF TOURISM AND TOURISM MARKETING IN THE POST-INDUSTRIAL WORLD

by László Arva & Zsuzsa Deli-Gray At the end of the 20th century in the most developed countries economy and society went through profound transformation. The emerging post-industrial society can be characterised by the dominance of service industry, more leisure time of the population, higher disposable income and more conscious…

NETWORKING ON THE UTILIZATION OF LOCAL NATURAL RESOURCES

by Katalin Herbály-Hekli Together with its partners, Szolnok College is planning to evaluate a new project for networking on the utilization of local natural resources. This project is based on a research work (using the findings of the surveys completed by the representatives of hosts living in the eastern part…

THE COST FORMATION MECHANISM OF MILK AND ANIMAL YIELD IN DAIRY CATTLE-BREEDING IN CONDITIONS OF COSTS GROUPING BY PHYSIOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION

by Guzaliya Salikhovna Klychova, Albert Tagirovich Iskhakov This article scrutinizes the cost formation mechanism of milk and animal yield in dairy cattle-breeding in costs grouping conditions by physiological classification, it’s analysis allows to reveal “weak points ” in production process of the enterprise and to direct point efforts to overcome…

COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF MENUS IN THE NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN GREAT PLAIN TOURISTIC REGIONS

by Dénes Sándor The background of the study is based on previous studies dealing with the areas of Transdanubia and Central Hungary. Those works have proved the hypothesis of author that local ingredients and dishes represent minimum role on menus. The question is how similar or different the choice of…