Economic security of tourism in Germany: models for overcoming the crisis release_j323tgpwmnemdlufdvrdftxfye

by Vyacheslav Slyvenko, Oleksii Slyvenko

Published in European Journal of Management Issues by Oles Honchar Dnipropetrovsk National University .

Volume 28p110-120 (2020)


Purpose – to analyze the models of overcoming the crisis of the tourism business in Germany.
 Design/Method/Approach of the research. The research method is an expert opinion analysis on possible scenarios for the Covid-19/Coronavirus pandemic crisis development, the consequences for German tourism, and possible models of overcoming the crisis.
 Findings. The paper analyzes the models of overcoming the crisis in Germany's tourism business during the gradual attenuation of the Covid-19/ Coronavirus pandemic and the beginning of the national borders lento opening. That allowed us to formulate an assumption of possible scenarios while crisis overcoming in the tourism business in Germany.
 Theoretical and practical implications. The analysis of possible scenarios while overcoming the crisis in the tourism business in Germany phenomena in Germany's tourism industry can be very interesting both for practitioners and for theorists studying the problems of tourism development worldwide.
 Originality/Value. The article investigates the regional differences of the tourism crisis developed during the Covid-19/ Coronavirus pandemic. Based on a logical analysis of the models for overcoming the tourism business crisis in Germany, the paper analyzed factors that can affect changes in consumer habits and include vital economic aspects of the tourism business restoration. This paper expands researchers' capabilities in the crisis phenomena analysis in the tourism business and assists in the most accurate and reasonable forecasting for the long-term sustainable development and competitive advantages of tourism enterprises.
 Paper type – theoretical.
 Keywords: tourism business; model; crisis; Covid-19/Coronavirus pandemic.
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