TOURISM INDUSTRY IN ROMANIA AND JAPAN – A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

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Daniel Bulin; Nela Miru; Ingrid Roșca;
(2014)
  • Journal: Romanian Economic and Business Review,volume 9,issue 3 September,pages172-184
  • Subject: tourism, Romania, Japan, multiplier, GDP

Tourism has evolved in the last decades from “leisure activity” to “travel and tourism industry”, this semantic transformation showing the importance of this sector in the global economy. Although there are multiple socio-economic aspects that separate them, both Romani... View more
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