Tourism and the issue of regulation of tourism with functional legislation in countries of transition - emphasizing specially Kosovo -
In this work it is presented the issue of legal regulation of tourism in countries of transition emphasizing specially Kosovo. From this work you can see that tourism and hotels are important economic activities which not always are being treated with appropriate importance within the frame of social and economic development of life. Apart from the development of “massive tourism” and benefits gained by certain countries from these activities, in some countries of South-East Europe are presented serious problems especially in issuance of legislation. This lack of tourism development is a serious gap of development and attraction of foreign investments in Kosovo. Kosovo is a specific case of a transitional society because of many political problems which have generated negative impact with in the frame of economic and legal development. After the end of the last war the gap of overall economic and tourism development was influenced by many subjective and objective factors. This work not only identifies these problems but at the same time offers some measures of urgent matter in order to eliminate them and provide a balanced and qualified development.
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