Multiplier effects of the development of socially responsible tourism
  • Article Type: Research Article
  • Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, 2020 - Volume 14 Issue 2, pp. 3753-3758
  • Published Online: 30 Sep 2020
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Abstract

The purpose of the article is to analyse the multiplicative effects of the influence of the development of socially responsible tourism. The main approaches to the tourist multiplier effect, tourist multiplier are considered and analysed. The multiplicative effect of the tourism sector is a mechanism for additional stimulation of the economy and social environment of the territory as a result of the impact of sources of demand. The essence of the tourism multiplier is the value of the coefficient of the indirect influence of tourism on related sectors of the economy. Visions of principles of socially responsible tourism, which relate to three main aspects: environment, economy and socio-cultural dimension. Various types of tourist multipliers and the main effects are analysed. The multiplier effect in tourism has a direct, indirect and induced impact on the local economy and can often be very different from one country to another. The factors influencing the development of multiplier effects are analysed: capital investments in tourism, government spending on tourism, effects from the supply chain. The analysis of the direct, indirect and induced impact of travel and tourism on the GDP of countries is carried out. The chain of relationships in the field of socially responsible tourism, direct and indirect contribution to the economies of countries is analysed.

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