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Short-term rentals and liveability in Dutch cities: Assessment of the relation between Airbnb listings and liveability and liveability factors in Amsterdam and Rotterdam

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    Identifier: TFM:1451
  • Authors:

    Kamerling, Daël
  • Others:

    Keywords: lloguers a curt termini, Airbnb, habitabilitat short-term rentals, Airbnb, liveability alquileres a corto plazo, Airbnb, habitabilidad
    Title in different languages: Lloguers a curt termini i habitabilitat a les ciutats holandeses: avaluació de la relació entre els llistats d'Airbnb i els factors d'habitabilitat i habitabilitat a Amsterdam i Rotterdam Short-term rentals and liveability in Dutch cities: Assessment of the relation between Airbnb listings and liveability and liveability factors in Amsterdam and Rotterdam Alquileres a corto plazo y habitabilidad en ciudades holandesas: evaluación de la relación entre los anuncios de Airbnb y los factores de habitabilidad y habitabilidad en Ámsterdam y Róterdam
    Subject areas: Turismo y ocio Tourism and leisure Turisme i oci
    Confidenciality: No
    Academic year: 2022-2023
    Student: Kamerling, Daël
    Department: Geografia
    Access Rights: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
    Work's public defense date: 2023-06-28
    TFM credits: 6
    Project director: Russo, Antonio Paulo
    Abstract: This research studied the relationship between short-term rentals and the liveability of neighbourhoods in the Dutch cities of Amsterdam and Rotterdam. Findings are obtained through a literature review, an Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis and a Spearman’s rho correlation analysis. It has shown that although short-term rentals can be beneficial from a tourist’s perspective, they can negatively influence liveability as well. In this work, on the one hand, neighbourhoods with a current high density of short-term rentals have seen an increase in liveability over the 2012 – 2020 period, mainly due to their access to multiple amenities. On the other hand, the main ways short-term rental density can negatively influence the quality of life is through noise nuisance by neighbours, a poorer physical environment and less social cohesion.
    Subject: Turisme
    Entity: Universitat Rovira i Virgili (URV)
    Language: en
    Education area(s): Gestió de Destinacions Turístiques
    Title in original language: Short-term rentals and liveability in Dutch cities: Assessment of the relation between Airbnb listings and liveability and liveability factors in Amsterdam and Rotterdam
    Creation date in repository: 2023-07-12
  • Keywords:

    Turismo y ocio
    Tourism and leisure
    Turisme i oci
    Turisme
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