State-Private Partnership in Tourism: Foreign Experience
AbstractThe article describes examples of realisation of the mechanism of the state-private partnership in tourism industry of Ukraine, considers experience of some countries in introduction of projects of state-private partnership in tourism (SPPT), conducts analysis of geographical zones of partnership, composition of participants and results of realisation of the said projects. Also the article marks out and generalises problems of realisation of SPPT projects in the countries experience of which is analysed. Moreover, the author of the article offers to consider recommendations of SPPT participants on efficient development of similar projects in other countries or destinations and also formulates own recommendations for bodies of authority and business representatives that are interested in realisation of similar projects in Ukraine, which have to do with composition of participants, nature of their co-operation, project budget size, problems that can be solved within realisation of the SPPT project and the plan of their overcoming.
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Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 11 ()
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state-private partnership; tourism; experience; result; recommendations;
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