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Romanian Tourism Facing Labour Shortage
Cristina Simon,Dan Popescu,Iulia Chivu
Acta Universitatis Danubius : Oeconomica , 2008,
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to present the main tendencies in the Romanian tourism and their impact on the labour market. The first partof the paper presents the main tendencies in travel and tourism sector. The second part of the paper focuses on the challenges of the labour market inthe hotel sector, highlighting essential aspect related to the declining of population, shortage of the workforce, emigration, financial compensations.The final part exposes few ideas and possible suggestions that can be applied into the travel and tourism sector in order to better manage the multipledimensions of growth.
Gina-Ionela Butnaru,Florina-Iuliana Timu
CES Working Papers , 2011,
Abstract: At present, both in Romania and in Europe, tourism has the tendency to become one of the biggest industries, with great possibilities of development in the future. This is possible due to the implication of European Union, who has been supporting us not only in the process of economic development, but also in the process of tourism development. This work intends to review what we call tourist phenomenon and the measures applied by the European Union in the development of Romanian tourism.
Mazilu Mirela,Marinescu Roxana Cristina
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2009,
Abstract: The integration of Romanian tourism into the European Union means making the economic activity more efficient in concordance with the natural and social environment. The tourism has the chance to develop freely without constraint from the limits imposed b
Trends and Prospects of Tourism Development in Samara Region
Vadim N. Yakunin
European Researcher , 2012,
Abstract: The article considers current state, trends and prospects of tourism development in Samara Region.
Dynamics of Romanian Tourism in European Tourism in the Global Crisis. Facts and Perspectives
Laura Olteanu,Krajnik Izabella
Acta Universitatis Danubius : Oeconomica , 2011,
Abstract: Development of tourism as part of the service activity contributes to the development ofnational economy and hence to the development of European tourism. If tourist industry can cover asignificant share of GDP, can cover and reduce unemployment by providing jobs in this field.Economic and financial crisis influences tourism and consumer behavior of tourism services. Thedynamics of Romanian tourism in European tourism in the global crisis - facts and perspectivesprovide a comparative image of tourism in Romania among other European countries, giving anoverview of the indicators analyzed in the perspective of marketing research. Tourism activity shouldbe followed not only in terms of existing realities, but also in terms of real opportunities that canprovide an insight into the field. To know our direction we need to know our coordinates and ourpotentials. Policies and strategies applied may also determine the future development of tourism.
Annals of the University of Petrosani : Economics , 2010,
Abstract: Sustainable development can be achieved only in the frame of a sustainable society. In the context of Romania's integration into the Great Society of the European Union, tourism activity should be developed, respecting sustainable tourism principles promoted by the Union. This paper presents statistical analysis of the Romanian seaside tourism and the results of a statistical survey conducted in the summer of 2007 to findout possible means to increase the quality of tourism services on the Romanian seaside. Also, the paper proposes solutions for sustainable tourism development in the Romanian Black Seaarea.
Scientific Annals of the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi : Economic Sciences Series , 2010,
Abstract: The present work analyses the creation of management knowledge in the Romanian tourism, fo-cusing on the contribution of the academic environment due to the accomplishment of specialized syllabuses. The choice of topic is motivated by the state of the Romanian tourism, characterized by a poor economic performance and by negative quotidian manifestations.The present situation of the management knowledge is reflected in the educational standard of the tourism executives, owners and managers, and also within the university educational framework related to this field. The university segment dealing with the management knowledge formation is ana-lyzed from the point of view related to its affiliation to a specialized educational system. The influence of the significant elements belonging to all the educational links is referred to the performance ex-pected.An overview of general characteristics of the present managers and owners in this industry in Romania explain the different and divergent positions of the academics and the entrepreneurs and the difficulty of a real knowledge exchange.The implicit hypothesis is the existence of a consistent gap between the necessities and compe-tences desired in the tourism management and the results of academic education. The expected result of the work is the identification of some specific causes of Romanian poor economic performance in tourism, despite the so-called potential of national resources. The fact could be used in generating new ideas for adopting some changes in academics programs or for refining the national strategic plan for management training in tourism.
Systematizing the legal framework regulating Romanian tourism – proposal for an innovative public policy
Fori?, D.
Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Brasov. Series V : Economic Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: The numerous Romanian standards and legal regulations, as well as their particularities in the field of tourism lead us to formulating systematising proposals for the existing legal framework in the field of tourism. As a result of reviewing legal regulations of public administration applied to Romanian tourism activities, we observe that there are numerous legal regulations that embrace the field of tourism; moreover, according to an analysis of the nature of these regulations applied in tourism, we notice that it is particularly the state and the public authorities that have regulatory roles in tourism, more precisely the protection role against abnormalities and abuses caused in tourism and the role of developing tourism. We identify the flexibility and heterogeneity as being the important particularities of legal regulations in the field of tourism. We consider as opportune the proposal regarding the systematisation of the existing legal framework in the field of tourism, by creating and elaborating a “Code of tourism”, an instrument that shall re-unite the laws and regulations applicable to the tourist industry for an accessible and easy identification, both from the juridical and institutional points of view.
Revista de Turism : Studii si Cercetari in Turism , 2011,
Abstract: One studies the evolution in time of some indicators that are representative for the touristic activity in Romania during 2000 – 2009, as well as correlations between them, these being: the number of arrivals and of overnights in the tourism structures with accomodation functions, as well as the number of tourism structures and their accomodation capacity, separately for foreign and Romanian visitors, as well as for different tourism destinations. All these indicators were extracted from the database of the National Institute of Statistics. Generally, an increase in time of the number of tourists is found, but also a certain decrease during the last two-three years, except for some groups of destinations which show a rather peculiar and interesting dynamics. Thus, the tourism in the resorts of the seaside area have registered an accentuated decrease during the last four years, especially for the foreign tourists, that reflects a change in their options. On the other hand, the tourism for the category of destination “other localities and touristic routes (which excludes the resorts of the spa, seaside, and mountain areas, as well as the city of Bucharest and all the county capital cities) has shown a remarkable growth during the whole considered time interval, indicating an increase of the interest of the tourists (both Romanians and foreigners) for the cultural and rural tourism.
Dobrogea as Romanian Tourism Micro-destination
Aurelia-Felicia ST?NCIOIU,Nicolae TEODORESCU,Anca-Daniela VL?DOI,Ion P?RGARU
Theoretical and Applied Economics , 2011,
Abstract: Dobrogea, known since antiquity as Dacia Pontica, after the name of the sea that was bordering it – Pontus Euxinus, is a region situated in Southeastern Romania and covers four counties of which two – Constan a and Tulcea – belong to the Romanian territory. The celebrity of Dobrogea consists in its openness to the Black Sea, in Danube Delta (reservation of the biosphere that belongs to the UNESCO heritage since 1991) and in its archaeological traces that prove the existence and the continuity of the Romanian population next to “Turks, Tatars, Circassians, Macedo-Romanians and Greeks, Italian and Ukrainian, Catholic and Protestant Germans, Bulgarians and Russians, even Egyptians and Gipsy Muslims – a true ethnic mosaic” (Popoiu, 2010, p. 15). The conducted research refers just to the two Romanian counties and aims to highlight the role of the image of the historical region of Dobrogea in building its own brand and to identify its main tourist attractions and forms of tourism.

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