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Issues Of Regional Patterns In Sustainable Development Of Tourism

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  • Daniela Ruxandra ANDREI

    (Romanian-American University, Bucharest)

  • Rodica-Manuela GOGONEA

    (Bucharest University of Economic Studies)

  • Vergina CHIRIȚESCU

    (Romanian Academy, Institute of Agricultural Economics of Bucharest)

  • Monica-Paula RAȚIU

    (Romanian-American University, Bucharest)

Abstract

This paper conceptually addresses aspects of the relationship between tourism, regional development patterns and the sustainability process. It individualizes basic elements of regional development, by presenting the summarised analysis of regional patterns and indicators. It also mentions the place and role of tourism in the sustainable regional development process. I highlighted the need of initiating and performing certain actions for inspiring and raining a mentality appropriate to the contemporary kind of development that interacts with an emphasis on sustainable development in regions of reception, in order to define a new development perspective of tourism, in line with international standards.

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  • Daniela Ruxandra ANDREI & Rodica-Manuela GOGONEA & Vergina CHIRIȚESCU & Monica-Paula RAȚIU, 2016. "Issues Of Regional Patterns In Sustainable Development Of Tourism," Romanian Economic Business Review, Romanian-American University, vol. 11(4.1), pages 7-16, december.
  • Handle: RePEc:rau:journl:v:11:y:2016:i:4.1:p:7-16
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