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Analysis on the Risk and Governance of the Formation of Tourism Industry Cluster

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DOI: 10.23977/tmte.2021.040210 | Downloads: 7 | Views: 957

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Dandan Li 1

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1 Business School, Northwest University of political science and law, Xi'an 710122, China

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Dandan Li

ABSTRACT

Tourism industry clusters have gradually become an important regional tourism development model, but in the process of its formation and development, it is faced with the risk of resources, society, economy and other factors. Based on the analysis of the formation conditions and dynamic mechanism of tourism industry clusters, this paper puts forward the formation mechanism of tourism industry clusters, and from the internal and external levels, puts forward the structural risks, innovation risks, network risks, cyclical risks and ecological risks of the development of tourism industry clusters. Finally, from adjusting the structure of industrial clusters, actively promoting the interaction between industrial clusters and cities, strengthening network management, and establishing a risk early warning system, the path to governance tourism industrial clusters is proposed. This article is of great significance for cultivating tourism industry clusters, enhancing economic competitiveness, and realizing the sustainable development of regional tourism economy.

KEYWORDS

Tourism industry cluster; formation mechanism; endogenous risk; exogenous risk; governance path

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Dandan Li, Analysis on the Risk and Governance of the Formation of Tourism Industry Cluster. Tourism Management and Technology Economy (2021) 4: 59-67. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/tmte.2021.040210.

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