Improving the Level of Economic Security: a Model for Management and Risk Reduction in Tourism

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  • Matvey Sergeevich Oborin

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47059/revistageintec.v11i4.2153

Abstract

The development of world tourism is associated with a multidimensional concept of security. Economic security in the region of arrival is ensured in conditions of a developed institutional environment, effective mechanisms for monitoring compliance with legislation and quality standards of services. The study aims to analyze scientific and theoretical approaches to the study of the substantive foundations of economic security and to develop a model for regulating the personal economic security of tourists. The main research methods are the analysis of statistics in the field of tourism, health tourism, modeling of management processes based on the hierarchy of management of sectoral enterprises.
Results. The study presents an analysis of scientific concepts related to economic security in the field of tourism. The substantive elements of the term at various subjective levels of the tourism sector are determined. The study characterizes economic security for an individual, its relationship with sectoral and territorial parameters.
Conclusion. Models of economic security management have been developed considering three basic elements: individual, type of activity, territory. The author’s hierarchical model of economic security management in the field of tourism is presented. The significance of the presented approach lies in the fact that the security elements described in the study are largely determined by the conditions of a particular territory, region, and ultimately affect the state of security at various levels of management.

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2021-07-11

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