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000245084 260__ $$c2011
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000245084 270__ $$mкelovic1967@yаhoo.com$$pVujovic,   Slavoljub
000245084 336__ $$aJournal Article
000245084 520__ $$aThe synthesis of various relevant theoretical concepts and empirical research
confirms the dominance of ex-post approach to the study of organizational and
developmental aspects of tourism. In this approach, as the main dominant spatial
(geographic) or mechanisms of supply and demand (economic). The relationship
between resources and needs suggests that all human efforts aimed at aligning the
needs and opportunities. Tourist needs manifest themselves through the
consumption of tourists, and quantify the amount of consumed-purchased. The
dominance of commercial motive on the supply side economic approach gives
primacy and economic interests. Without economics there is no life, and without
resources there is no space economy, tourism. Physical access means, as the initial
frame or basis always, a particular destination or tourist destination. Since the start
of tourism to the present day, in the economy as a science, there is an
uncompromising attitude that free time and free cash prerequisite of tourism
development, and therefore represent the final objective of all economic activity.
The mechanisms of the market, supply and demand or allow specific knowledge of
developmental aspects of tourism. Disply of part travel demand through the
economic laws, phenomena and paradoxes in consumption, can be seen that certain
peculiarities conventional market mechanisms are not treated.
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000245084 650__ $$aCommunity/Rural/Urban Development
000245084 650__ $$aConsumer/Household Economics
000245084 650__ $$aInternational Relations/Trade
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000245084 6531_ $$aeconomic laws
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000245084 700__ $$aVujovic, Slavoljub
000245084 700__ $$aSpajic, Jovan
000245084 700__ $$aVukosavljevic, Dejan
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