There is a different and a quite opposite aspect to the formerly discussed factor of mobility. Whereas the land and other resources amenities are immobile, labor and capital are endowed with the feature of mobility. The land can be considered as the only non-tradable commodity or product. Therefore, prices of products and the costs of the services vary from one region to the other depending on the difference of the rentals of the land mass (Ciccone & Hall, 1996). We should not take any average outcome for granted because the actual data or information of a specific region is quite different from the average data. If the labor wage is higher than average in a specific area and the service sectors earn normal profits, then it is obvious that the production capacity and the productivity of the service is much higher than the average areas. It can only be true if that specific region has a huge flow of cultural tourism. It will influence the local service providers to increase their productivity. This will, in turn, increase the labor wages. Both of these factors play a huge role in the economy of the region. There is another possibility in this case. If the labor wages are higher, then it can also mean the service sector owner is trying to keep the labors of that area as happy as the labors of other regions, and this implies that the specific area has a low quality of life (Roback, 1982). The mobility of various factors also allows the local people to input a price on specific local attributes. The pricing depends on the required profit, compensation for the expenditure on a small change of amenity, and the value of the land. If we assess all these factors, we can see that there is the minimal willingness of the locals to pay for any change in the amenities. This forces the tourists to pay some extra money. The profit in the economy is gained from the extra expenditure of the tourists.
This setting is quite opposite to the previous setting of analysis. This section of analysis is concerned with the effective response from the factors of labor and capital to economic incentives for a longer run of growth. The factor of the capital responds to the economic incentives either by investment or by depreciation. Meanwhile, the response from the labor is various like migrations, the increase of working hours, and engagement of the labor-force. These factors and their variables are adjusted according to the variation of the aspects they are related to (Datta, Bigham, Zou, & Hill, 2015). This system is mainly implemented in response to the specialized tourism like cultural tourism. Therefore, it is very relevant to analyze the impact of these variables on the economic development.