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Recent Evolutions In The International Tourism Of Romania


  • Constantin Secăreanu

    (Professor of Statistics at the Romanian American University)


With all inevitable limits, the arrival of foreign visitors at borders can be considered one of the most sensitive indicators to the modifications of the internal and external environment, being the result of the correlated actions of several factors: - objectivefactors,essentialandsystematic,thatreflecttendency; - seasonalandrepeatablefactors,thatreflectfluctuationsrevolvingaroundtrend; - particularfactors,specifictotherespectiveperiod,ofaconjuncturalnature(shortterm),orof a structural nature(long term). The arrival of foreigners is one of the first indicators that signaled the inevitability of crisis. The systematic influential factors such as the size of the demand and the touristic potential, the geographical distance and the accessibility of the infrastructure, the prestige and opportunities of the touristic zones, have not managed to contract the negative effects of foreign visitors anticipations, especially about the reduction of future incomes.

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  • Constantin Secăreanu, 2010. "Recent Evolutions In The International Tourism Of Romania," Romanian Economic Business Review, Romanian-American University, vol. 5(2), pages 215-222, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:rau:journl:v:5:y:2010:i:2:p:215-222

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