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modelarea imaginii unui oraş. Studiu de caz: Bucureşti


  • Aurelia-Felicia STĂNCIOIU

    (Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies)

  • Nicolae TEODORESCU

    (Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies)


    (Polytechnic University of Bucharest)

  • Anca-Daniela VLĂDOI

    (Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies)

  • Codruţa BĂLTESCU

    (“Transilvania” University of Braşov)


In a world where, lately, on one hand, more destinations can be “replaced” one for the other and the tourists’ desire to find a mean of expressing their own identities (Morgan, Pritchard, 2004, pp. 50-80) is more and more evident, and, on the other hand, the image is gradually replacing the identity, leads to the fact that the authenticity of every single aspect that one community has needs to be assessed and reassessed from an economical and socio-cultural point of view.

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  • Aurelia-Felicia STĂNCIOIU & Nicolae TEODORESCU & Ion PÂRGARU & Anca-Daniela VLĂDOI & Codruţa BĂLTESCU, 2011. "modelarea imaginii unui oraş. Studiu de caz: Bucureşti," Theoretical and Applied Economics, Asociatia Generala a Economistilor din Romania - AGER, vol. 0(4(557)), pages 159-170, April.
  • Handle: RePEc:agr:journl:v:4(557):y:2011:i:4(557):p:159-170

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