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Conducting Economic Impact Studies of Park and Recreation Special Events

D. Turco

Conducting Economic Impact Studies of Park and Recreation Special Events

by D. Turco

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Published by Natl Recreation & Park Assn .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL11471866M
ISBN 100929581261
ISBN 109780929581262
OCLC/WorldCa26572906

Be aware that an economic impact analysis, by itself, provides a rather narrow and often one-sided perspective on the impacts of tourism. Studies of the economic impacts of tourism tend to emphasize the positive benefits of tourism. On the other hand environmental, social, cultural and fiscal impact studies tend to focus moreFile Size: 88KB. Special Events Filming and Advertising National Park Service has produced this Resource Book to help local-level planners, park and recreation administrators, citizen activists, and non-profit This Clearinghouse will be a listing of case studies, economic impact analyses, and other reference material. Most of these references.

An example from another sphere of valuation studies—university economic impact studies—may be instructive. Loyola University Chicago touted its economic impact to be $ • Special events • Craft and activity programs library book receives the economic value of that cookbook measured by some discounted value ofFile Size: 1MB. Special sections include the benefits of parks and recreation, outdoor recreation and tourism, wildlife-related recreation, and reports on trails, off-highway vehicles, boating, and cultural resources. The SCORP also features the results of an online survey with Arizona’s parks and recreation providers and land managing agencies.

Outdoor recreation accounted for percent of the U.S. economy, or $ billion, in , according to prototype statistics for the Bureau of Economic Analysis’ newest special account. The outdoor recreation economy grew percent in , compared with the overall U.S. economy’s percent growth that year, the data show. John L. Crompton (). Empirical Evidence of the Contributions of Park and Conservation Lands to Environmental Sustainability: The Key to repositioning the Parks Field. World Leisure Journal, 50(3), (Full Text) John L. Crompton (). Empirical Evidence of the Contributions of Leisure Services to Alleviating Social Problems: A Key to Repositioning the .


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Conducting Economic Impact Studies of Park and Recreation Special Events by D. Turco Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Conducting economic impact studies of recreation and parks special events. [Douglas M Turco; Craig Kelsey; National Recreation and Park Association.]. Submitted by: Soonhwan Lee Introduction Economic impact in sporting events can be defined as the net change in an economy resulting from a sport event.

The change is caused by activity involving the acquisition, operation, development, and use of sport facilities and services (Lieber & Alton, ). These in turn generate visitors' spending, public spending, employment. economic impact of sport events, and in particular, to give a special thought to key features of primary economic impact studies and potential sources of bias.

Material and methods. A Guide for Undertaking Economic Impact Studies: The Springfest Example. Journal of Travel Research, 40(1), John L. Crompton & Seokho Lee (). The Economic Impact of 30 Sports Tournaments, Festivals, and Spectator Events in Seven U.S.

Cities. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 18(2), Municipal Technical Advisory Service (MTAS) University Avenue Knoxville, Tennessee Phone: () Fax: ()   TREIMOntario’s Tourism Regional Economic Impact Measurement Tool• WhatEasy way to determine the economic impact of visitors and businesses spending• WhoDeveloped by the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Recreation• When1st inupdated in • HowMulti-region input-output model,• 49 Census Divisions, 14 Census.

Thanks to the efforts of park and recreation professionals through the United States, local park and recreation agencies generated $ billion in economic activity and supported more than million jobs in Beyond the nationwide impact, this report shows the economic contribution of parks and recreation in the state-level too.

A portion of this list was taken from the reports, The Economic Benefits of Denver’s Park and Recreation System by the Trust for Public Land and Measuring the Economic Impact of Park and Recreation Services, by John L. Crompton. Parks and recreation facilities can impact a community in the following way.

Measuring the Economic Impact of Park and Recreation Services JOHN L. CROMPTON RESEARCH SERIES | The economic impact of sporting events is a well-studied area. For this project, we focused our research on studies that closely matched the demographics of Eugene and Lane County, notably avoiding the economic impact of professional sports, as there are substantial differences between local level, collegiate, and professional sporting Size: KB.

In total, for the nation’s local public park and recreation agencies spent about $ billion in operations and capital spending, creating $ billion in economic activity, $81 billion in gross domestic product, and over million jobs that boosted labor income by $55 billion.

Table 1. Impact of Local Park and Recreation Agency Spending. NRPA and the Center for Regional Analysis joined forces again in to update the landmark study.

Both the and studies focused exclusively on the direct, indirect and induced effects local park and recreation agencies’ spending has on economic activity, with analysis based on data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration Volume 18 Number 2 Summer ^ p Programs that Work The Economic Impact of 30 Sports Tournaments, Festivals, and Spectator Events in Seven U.S.

Cities John L. Crompton Seokho Lee ABSTRACT: Most tourism attractions in the U.S. are financed and/or managed by public park and recreation agencies File Size: 8MB. 4 NRPA • Measuring the Economic Impact of Park and Recreation Service special events, promotions, activities, or facilities that attract out-of-town visitors who spend money in the local community.

This new money from outside the community creates income and jobs for residents, completing the virtuous cycle of economic development. Community. 6 • NRPA • ECONOMIC IMPACT OF LOCAL PARKS U.S.

ECONOMIC IMPACT THE U.S. CENSUS BUREAU REPORTS that local park and recreation agencies had nearlypeople on their payrolls in That translates into nearly $31 billion of operations spending. motorized economic impacts are divided into the following specific activities: • Trail-based recreation (trail running, day hiking on unpaved trails, backpacking, and climbing ice or natural rock) • Bicycle-based recreation (on paved roads or off-road) • Camp-based recreation (camping in an RV at a campsite, in a tent, or rustic lodge).

The economic impact of parks, recreation and open space is substantial. Spending by recreationists provide direct earnings, jobs and tax revenues.

InThe Outdoor Industry Association (OIA) released an economic impact report for outdoor recreation that demonstrates how big of an industry outdoor recreation is in this Size: KB. PARKS, RECREATION, AND CULTURAL FACILITIES IMPACT FEE UPDATE STUDY FINAL REPORT J Prepared for: City of Lakeland S.

Massachusetts Avenue Lakeland, FL () ‐ Prepared by: Tindale Oliver N. Ashley Drive, Suite Tampa, Florida, () ‐ The Reconomics report brings together all the existing information, research and evidence relating to the impact of outdoor recreation and provides a compelling case to politicians of the true value of outdoor recreation.

Outdoor recreation: Is the UK’s favourite pastime: three in four adults in England regularly get active outdoors. Drives the visitor economy: people spending their day. Recreation and Park Association’s commit-ment to documenting the scientific knowledge base pertaining to the contribution made by park and recreation services and amenities to a comm unity’s economic development.

The impact on proximate property of oceans, lakes or rivers, or changes in the water quality of these bodies, was defined as beingFile Size: 1MB. The National Recreation and Park Association is a national not-for-profit organization dedicated to advancing park, recreation and conservation efforts that enhance quality of life for all : National Recreation And Park Association.near a park or protected open space.2 THE ECONOMiC iMPACT OF PARKs AND RECREATiON.

Parks provide intrinsic environmental, aesthetic and recreation benefits to our cities. They are also a source of positive economic benefits. They enhance property values, increase municipal revenue, bring in homebuyers “ and workers, and attract retirees.”.Outdoor Recreation Jobs and Economic Impact Act of (Sec.

2) This bill directs the Department of Commerce to enter into a joint memorandum with the Department of Agriculture and the Department of the Interior to conduct, acting through the Bureau of Economic Analysis, an assessment and analysis of the outdoor recreation economy of the.