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The smart destination strategy, a key factor for changes in vulnerable tourist destinations?
[La stratégie de destination intelligente, facteur clé des mutations des destinations touristiques vulnérables ?]

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  • David Perrain

    () (CEMOI - Centre d'Économie et de Management de l'Océan Indien - UR - Université de La Réunion)

  • Philippe Jean-Pierre

    () (IAE La Réunion - Institut d'Administration des Entreprises - La Réunion - UR - Université de La Réunion)

Abstract

Tourism becomes an increasingly competitive market. The challenge of destinations relies on the capacity to reinvent oneself. This paper analyses le concept of tourism destination as a strategic tool for tourism development. We propose a form of territorial organization based on quintuple helix model. This one allows to ensuring the necessary agility for the success of a tourist mutation.

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  • David Perrain & Philippe Jean-Pierre, 2019. "The smart destination strategy, a key factor for changes in vulnerable tourist destinations?
    [La stratégie de destination intelligente, facteur clé des mutations des destinations touristiques vulné
    ," Post-Print hal-02144769, HAL.
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