A Comparative Econometric Analysis Of Museum Attendance By Locals And Foreigners

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looking for causes, how listeners make their decisions to attend and how they critique or respond to performances. Secondly, their approach is correlational that to seek qualitative insight on the experiences of the EJBF audiences. Lastly, they focus on attendances’ perceptions and observe behavior by participating in the events and gaining first hand experiences. Broadly speaking, the authors conduct qualitative research although there are still small amounts of quantitative data of showing ages of respondents and previous festival attendance.
In the paper, “A Comparative Econometric Analysis of Museum Attendance by Locals and Foreigners: The Case of Padua and Seville’’ the researchers convey case studies which were the ‘’ Musei Civici degli Eremitani’’ of Padua and the ‘’Museo de Bellas Artes’’ of Seville. They handed out questionnaires and conducted survey, analyzing a variety of socio-demographic and economic characteristics of visitors by using large quantities of data. Apart from using primary sources which were demonstrated by their obtained data and statistics, the authors also examined the previous study which gained from “official statistics on attendance, courtesy of the museums’ management’’ to analyze visitors’ participation to EM in Padua and MBA in Seville from 1995 to 2005. Analyzing two similar institutions located in different cities, Padua and Seville respectively, the authors obviously used comparative research in this study. It is defined comparative…

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