Bogan, Elena; Păun, Elena
December 2011
Quality - Access to Success;2011 Supplement, p62
Academic Journal
Tourism is now an economic sector with a spectacular development. Worldwide it is one of the most dynamic economic sectors having an important role in generating new jobs. Tourism is a complex activity, able to determine changes in territorial development, from this point of view it is considered a lever to mitigate interregional imbalances, seen at national or European level. It favors also the use of various resources locally, and labor availability. Here should be mentioned-the ecological vocation of tourism the tourism development strategy is imposing measures to protect and preserve the environment. The actions undertaken in the tourism sector should be made taking into account the principles of sustainable development and therefore not to exhaust the available resources. Viewed in correlation with the national economy, tourism acts as a stimulating element of the global economic system. Tourist activities involve a specific request for goods and services, demand that drives the increase in their production area. Also, tourism demand leads to an adaptation of the offer that is materialized, among others, in technical and material development of this sector and, indirectly, the simulation of production branches participating in the construction and accommodation and food equipment, modernization of roads, development of transport, leisure facilities.


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