Articulação de Stakeholders e Estratégias no Setor Turístico Brasileiro: uma Investigação em Localidades Outros Idiomas

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42936
Resumo:
O presente artigo visa a compreender de que forma se processa a inserção e o envolvimento dos stakeholders nas estratégias existentes na atividade do turismo. Para tanto, utilizou-se como referencial a teoria dos stakeholders. A partir da abordagem qualitativa, o trabalho realizado enquadra-se como sendo uma pesquisa do tipo exploratória e descritiva, utilizando-se o método de estudo de casos múltiplos. Conclui-se que o processo de desenvolvimento do turismo tem estreita relação com o papel dos diversos stakeholders, cuja perspectiva é necessária se compreender em prol do alcance do desenvolvimento, contemplando as dimensões econômica, social e ambiental e competitiva.
Citação ABNT:
COSTA, B. K.; AMÂNCIO-VIEIRA, S. F.; ALEXANDRE, M. L. O.; CARMONA, V. C. Articulação de Stakeholders e Estratégias no Setor Turístico Brasileiro: uma Investigação em Localidades. Revista de Administração FACES Journal, v. 15, n. 3, p. 8-26, 2016.
Citação APA:
Costa, B. K., Amâncio-vieira, S. F., Alexandre, M. L. O., & Carmona, V. C. (2016). Articulação de Stakeholders e Estratégias no Setor Turístico Brasileiro: uma Investigação em Localidades. Revista de Administração FACES Journal, 15(3), 8-26.
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Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Português
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