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Mountain and snow tourism are sectors of immense social and economic importance that are developed in an especially sensitive environmental context. A large part of this tourism is channeled through ski resorts. The literature on comparative studies of ski-resort management and, in particular, on marketing management, is limited. This study contrib...

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... point to choose is the higher one. Table 4 shows how to obtain the values of Youden's test for performance. The highest value for performance of the Youden's test is 6.85. ...

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