publication . Article . 2015


Ștefan-Dragoș CÎRSTEA; Andreea CÎRSTEA;
Open Access French
  • Published: 01 Nov 2015 Journal: Management Intercultural (issn: 1454-9980, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Romanian Foundation for Business Intelligence
Tourism is a sector with a significant share in the economies of many countries. There are nations whose GDP consists of 40% of the total contribution of tourism to this indicator. One such segment requires permanent research of its economic, social and sustainability dimensions and their importance. This study outlines an overview of the main aspects related to economic and social importance of tourism and how tourism relates to the concept of sustainable development. The total contribution and the direct contribution of tourism to GDP are elements studied within this research. It is also studied the direct contribution of tourism to employment, and the main po...
free text keywords: economic importance, social importance, tourism, sustainable developement, Business, HF5001-6182
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