The Impact of Clusters on the Development and Competitiveness of the Tourism Industry in Romania
This paper propose an analyse of tourism clusters impact on regional development and competitiveness of tourism industry in Romania and a comparison with some tourism clusters from another traditional touristic european countries. Tourism is an extremely important economic activity, which may play a decisive role in certain development areas, effects of tourism need to be considered, in general, from their relationship with the fundamental objectives of the whole economic system. The contribution of touritic sector is characterized by the enormous possibilities that have to produce direct, indirect and induced effects in an economy, to the creation and use of national income, its effects on inflation, investment or diversification of economic structures, its role in enhancing the quality of life.
Volume (Year): XII (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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