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domestic tourism destinations became separated and allocated outside of the new borders ( Figure 1 ). Figure 1: The disintegration of Hungary after the Treaty of Trianon, 1920 Original source: Budapest, 1930? M. Kir. Központi Stat. Hiv. térképészet. Ny

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Acta Oeconomica
Authors:
Lukrecija Djeri
,
Tanja Armenski
,
Tamara Jovanović
, and
Aleksandra Dragin

Destination of the Future. Tourism Management , 21(1): 97–116. Buhalis D. Marketing the Competitive Destination of the Future Tourism Management

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Balaguer, J. — Cantavella-Jordá, M. C. (2002): Tourism as a Long-run Economic Growth Factor: The Spanish Case. Applied Economics , 34: 877–884. Cantavella-Jordá M. C

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hoteling facilities. Nowadays, tourism has become a joint policy among different countries to create a sense of cooperation beyond the borders, because it provides the opportunity for harmony, cross-cultural awareness, increase in foreign exchange earnings

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7 27 Chen, Y.-C. (2011): The Perceptions of Destination Image and Visitor’s Intention to Travel. Journal of Tourism Studies , 5(1): 39

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Society and Economy
Authors:
Kornél Németh
,
Nóra Hegedűsné Baranyai
,
András Vincze
,
Nikoletta Tóth-Kaszás
, and
Erzsébet Péter

actors of the economy, including those of the tourism sector. 2 Literature review 2.1 Climate change, climate adaptation and prevention – challenges of our age The

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1 Introduction Within the last four decades, agriculture as a source of income for Greek families has become less and less important, while the share of tourism – and the service sector in general – has been on the rise ( Delivani 1991; NSAG 2017

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1 Introduction Security perceptions lead to fluctuant tourist numbers and tourism income per year. In terms of the overall economy, floating tourism income makes it hard to forecast the current account

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The potential of the Visegrad Cooperation (V4) for the safe restarting of tourism in the region following the COVID-19 epidemic

A Visegrádi Együttműködésben (V4) rejlő potenciál a régió turizmusának Covid-19 járványt követő biztonságos újraindításában

Scientia et Securitas
Authors:
Gábor Michalkó
,
József Németh
,
Panna Tokodi
,
Tamás Kamal Abboud
, and
Zoltán Birkner

. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, Vol. 27. No. June. pp. 60–67. 2 Adeel, A., Catalano, M., Catalano, O., Gibson, G., Muftuoglu, E., Riggs

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28 25 49 Chiu, P.-H. (2010): A Study of the Relationship among Tourism Image, Satisfaction and Behavioral Intention: A Case of Four Leisure Farming

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