Demanda de turismo de Europa a México, 2005-2018: un análisis de cointegración


  • José César Navarro
  • Mario Gómez
  • René Marín

Palabras clave:

tourism demand, panel data, cross section dependence, panel cointegration, causality


This paper analyzes tourism demand in the countries of Europe for Mexi-co from 2005 to 2018. Unit root and cointegration tests in panel data are applied. Results indicate that there is presence of unit roots in the variables. A long-term equilibrium relationship was found among tourism demand, real exchange rate, and income, and also there are bidirectional causality relation-ships between these variables. The positive relationship among the variables implies that a depreciation of the domestic currency and a higher level of income of the releasing countries would generate greater tourism demand in Mexico.