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Government restriction on tourist access



Table of Content
1 Introduction .......................................................................................................................... 2
2 Government role in tourism development ........................................................................... 2
3 Political economy and government intervention in tourism ................................................ 4
4 Conclusion ........................................................................................................................... 6
Reference.................................................................................................................................... 8
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1 Introduction
The state has an important role in regulating economic relations: it can increase efficiency by
correcting market failures, it can promote equity by ensuring an appropriate distribution of
income through taxation, and it can stimulate stable growth and development through an
appropriate mix of monetary and fiscal policies. The state must take action to protect social
interests, and to do so it applies measures to constrain, control and supervise the decisions
enterprises make in order to reduce the possibility of market failure at the very start. Action
taken to create the best environment to stimulate the growth of overall production has a direct
effect on tourism as well. However, although the effects of economic crisis are also evident in
the decline of various economic effects in tourism, this industry has proven to be considerably
more resistance to negative influences in time of crisis than the rest of the economy (Bramwell
and Lane, 2010). Despite this, there should be no doubt concerning the question of government
intervention in tourism.
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2 Conclusion
This study has first introduced the government roles in tourism and then makes critical
discussion on the basic of political economics approach in order to understand the objectives of
government policies for tourism development through the specific case study of heritage tourism
development.
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