AN OVERVIEW OF THE SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ON SHOPPING TOURISM: FROM SCIENTIFIC PRODUCTION TO SCIENTIFIC COMMUNICATION
Fashion has become a key concept for the tourism sector due to shopping tourism satisfies an additional incentive for both travellers and destination. Despite the increase in interest in shopping tourism and its importance for tourism destinations, the academic community has not been able to identify the importance of this activity for tourism destinations. This study aims to review the scientific production in order to further and improve the academic literature on shopping tourism. Based on this, the research resorts to the bibliometric analysis of the different articles published on the object of study in journals indexed in the Web of Science. The results respond to indicators such as quantity, quality, and structure in order to know the scientific production, identify the invisible university and discover future topics. This paper reveals an incipient interest in luxury shopping tourism
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