Tourism as a Function of State Development Management

Vidovic B. Aleksandra


The development of a society/state is a continuous search for an optimal combination among the factors of production. Tourism in the last decades of the 20th century, as well as at the beginning of the 21st century, stands out as a factor of global proportions. Tourism has caused numerous changes in these areas of Bosnia and Herzegovina over the past 40 years or so, which have influenced changes in its geographical character, but also in the overall structure of economic movements. The goal of this work is to point out the comparative advantages of the tourist development of this area, with the aim of better tourism valorization of natural and created wealth. An overview of future activities is given, i.e., where the potential of the tourist offer lies, as well as an overview of the current situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Based on the above, the subject of the research is an overview of the possibility of organizing a new tourist offer following modern tourist trends. In the paper, the null hypothesis is also set, which reads: H0-The introduction of innovative programs for various tourist destinations in Bosnia and Herzegovina can be a guideline for the further development of the country. The research was conducted theoretically and empirically.

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