Models of public – private partnership projects in tourism industry
There is a general agreement at the conception (theoretical) level about the imperative of a public-private partnership and there are various efforts do it. It is also taken into account the experience of other countries of the European Union or other developed countries able to support and to assist with their previous experience. Public – private partnership aims to high light the role of the two components in general development of society, regional, economic and company development and increase of competitiveness. All of them are subordinated to serve the objective of satisfying the population economic and social requests and/or needs. Efficient communication establishment between the two environments will conduct, for sure, to the development of a segment of satisfied citizens, employees, owner and vice-versa. The public – private partnership in tourism industry could be developed in various ways. It could start with public – private strategies, joint proposals of regulations, up to growing business together and so on. The present paper aims to underline the main issues of public – private partnership and to propose few models applicable in tourism industry. The proposed models offer an image about better usage of both environment expertise and facilities (power) some of them still open opportunities for Romania.
|Date of creation:||07 May 2008|
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|Publication status:||Published in Tourism & Hospitality Industry 2008, New trends in Tourism and Hospitality Management Fintrade & Tours d.o.o. Rijeka, Croaţia.ISBN 9(2008): pp. 487-497|
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