VYSTOUPIL, Jiří, Antonín FRANKE, Karel NEJDL and Josef ZELENKA. Hodnocení současného stavu výzkumu cestovního ruchu v České republice (Assessment of present state of research into tourism in the Czech Republic). Czech Hospitality and Tourism Papers. Praha: Vysoká škola hotelová v Praze 8, s.r.o., 2006, vol. 2006, No 3, p. 3-26, 23 pp. ISSN 1801-1535.
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Original name Hodnocení současného stavu výzkumu cestovního ruchu v České republice
Name (in English) Assessment of present state of research into tourism in the Czech Republic
Authors VYSTOUPIL, Jiří (203 Czech Republic, guarantor), Antonín FRANKE (203 Czech Republic), Karel NEJDL (203 Czech Republic) and Josef ZELENKA (203 Czech Republic).
Edition Czech Hospitality and Tourism Papers, Praha, Vysoká škola hotelová v Praze 8, s.r.o. 2006, 1801-1535.
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Original language Czech
Type of outcome Article in a journal
Field of Study 50200 5.2 Economics and Business
Country of publisher Czech Republic
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
RIV identification code RIV/00216224:14560/06:00031851
Organization unit Faculty of Economics and Administration
Keywords in English systematic research into tourism; strong and weak part of research;challenges and dangers; research initiation; research quality;information and communication technologies
Tags challenges and dangers, information and communication technologies, research initiation, research quality, systematic research into tourism
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Abstract
Výzkum turismu v ČR má kořeny v polovině dvacátého století. Vzhledem ke změnám v politické a ekonomické situace v roce 1989, byla zahájena nová fáze turismu...
Abstract (in English)
Research into tourism in the Czech Republic has its roots in the middle of the twentieth century. Due to the changes in political and economical situation in 1989, a new stage in tourism development has begun. Satisfactory assessement of a booming increase of especially in-coming tourism has caused, to a certain level, negligance of systematic research, its non-coordination and its different quality. Research into tourism is shared by colleges and institutes, and in growing numbers by national and international companies, as well as by ad hoc established teams. That is why in the year of 2005, the Ministery of Regional Development of Czech Republic launched a public competition to initiate a project of systematic research into this field.
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