nep-tur New Economics Papers
on Tourism Economics
Issue of 2022‒11‒21
two papers chosen by
Laura Vici
Università di Bologna

  1. The strategy of developing the domestic tourism sector in Algeria in light of the Corona pandemic By BENCHAIB, Mohamed
  2. Guns and Kidneys: How Transplant Tourism Finances Global Conflict By Schultz, Alison

  1. By: BENCHAIB, Mohamed
    Abstract: Domestic (internal) tourism is currently considered as an important strategic option, as it is one of the most important sectors contributing to achieving economic and social development goals, as Algeria has natural, cultural, and heritage tourism potentials that make it a tourist destination and a tourist attraction by excellence, and we have relied in our research on the descriptive approach in an attempt to know the strategy followed by the government in order to advance this sector in light of the significant decline left by the Corona Covid-19 pandemic, the results showed that appropriate strategies must be followed that target the internal tourism markets in order to attract more tourists by providing various services and entertainment at the same time, at competitive prices with diversification of promotional activities and marketing through social networking sites, in addition to attention to monitoring, evaluation and follow-up of tourist destinations and attention to their cleanliness.
    Keywords: tourism, domestictourism, Algeria, development, element of tourist attractions.
    JEL: M31 N1 O1 Q1
    Date: 2022–06–04
  2. By: Schultz, Alison
    JEL: C23 D74 I10 K13
    Date: 2022

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