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Title: Methods to improve the economy based on the tourism Industry
Authors: Shtapova, I. S.
Штапова, И. С.
Keywords: Tourist destination;Tourist potential;Tourist market;Control system
Issue Date: 2019
Citation: Gorbunov, AP; Kolyadin, AP; Gazgireeva, LK; Burnyasheva, LA; Shtapova, IS. Methods to improve the Economy based on the Tourism Industry // RELIGACION-REVISTA DE CIENCIAS SOCIALES Y HUMANIDADES. - 2019. - Том: 4. - Выпуск: 18. - Стр.: 303-311. - Специальный выпуск: SI
Abstract: This study aims to deal with the actual problem of managing tourist destinations organization to increase the competitive potential of the domestic tourist market. In order to accomplish the goal, the authors studied the comparative advantages of the Stavropol Territory as a tourist destination that should become its competitive advantages if implemented through a comprehensive destination management system. The strategy taken into account on the opportunities to maximize the strengths and compensate for the current competitive weaknesses of tourism development in Stavropol. The complex tourist destination competitiveness model and the system of its management in the Stavropol Territory depend on creating a regional organization for tourist destination management that would coordinate practices of the key regional tourism actors, ensure their interests and develop their interaction. On the example of the Stavropol Territory, the authors propose an alternative model of the tourist destination management system, which is to be implemented through mechanisms and practices of planning, development and increasing competitiveness of the tourist destination and to be institutionalized in the form of a regional organization for the tourist destination management. This model can contribute significantly to the social and economic development of the given region
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