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There is a need for better exploitation of the tourist and recreational resources available in Montenegro, Yugoslavia, as tourism will play a major role in the future economic life of the area. The total tourist trade traffic should, by the year 2000, amount to some 30 million tourist nights...

Author(s)
Uskoković, B.
Citation
Godishnjak Ekonomskog Fakultete, 1981, No. 7, pp 71-88
Abstract

The post-war history of tourism in Yugoslavia is briefly described. Three main conclusions are: (1) that uncoordinated development of a tourist sector can lead to gross imbalances between, for instance, parts of the country or the kind of tourist being attracted; (2) that providing the right...

Author(s)
Kobasic, A.
Citation
International Journal of Tourism Management, 1981, 2, 4, pp 233-239
Abstract

Yugoslav tourism is undergoing a crisis which is most evident in Croatia. There is an obvious need for re-examination of established conceptions and for the introduction of a new orientation in long range development of tourism in Yugoslavia. This new orientation should first and foremost embrace...

Author(s)
Alfier, D.
Citation
Zbornik Radova, Fakultet za Turizam i Vanjsku Trgovinu, Yugoslavia, 1981, 3, pp 11-29
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Southern Dalmatia by its natural and social characteristics represents a unique tourist region within the entire Adriatic region. So-called natural motives make the basis for tourist development in this region. This part of the Adriatic coast lacks the hinterland belt due to steep mountains so that ...

Author(s)
Zabica, T.
Citation
Zbornik Radova, Fakultet za Turizam i Vanjsku Trgovinu, Yugoslavia, 1981, 3, pp 73-83
Abstract

The commune of Žagubica is situated in East Serbia, Yugoslavia. Natural conditions for the development of tourism include: climate, rivers, sources, flora and fauna. Attractions include the monastery of Gornjak and the Trška church. The paper deals with the lack of appropriate facilities for the...

Author(s)
Marković, S.
Citation
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Društva, 1982, 63, 1, pp 67-76
Abstract

The paper begins by listing three "lessons" which might be learned from the study of the development of tourism in Yugoslavia: (1) the need for conceptual clarification; (2) the need to adopt a comparative method; and (3) the need to challenge diffusionism. They indicate the need for a more...

Author(s)
Allcock, J. B.
Publisher
Institute for World Economy of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary
Citation
Emerging development patterns: European contribution. Selected papers of the 3rd General Conference of EADI, November 11-14, 1981, Budapest, Hungary, 1983, pp 339-359
Abstract

The major group of papers in this study deals with different aspects of Yugoslav tourism. These include: Leisure behaviour of domestic tourists within Yugoslavia (M. Jershacek˜ichacek˜, pp.83-94); Second homes in Yugoslavia (Z. Pepeonik, pp.95-106); The Poreč Riviera - a tourist area in the...

Citation
Münchner Studien zur Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeographie, 1983, No. 23, pp 230pp.
Abstract

Kosovo Province, Yugoslavia, has considerable tourist potential: a range of environmental, cultural and historical features favour the development of transit, excursion and hunting tourism; there are facilities for sedentary and recreational tourism in the spas and mountains; while the towns...

Author(s)
Vukadinović, G
Citation
Economia, Yugoslavia, 1983, No. 6, pp 447-455
Abstract

Aware that the quality of the environment on the coast is the greatest asset and the most important condition for the development of tourism, Yugoslavia began to plan, in the 1960s, its tourist development, giving priority to constructions that would best preserve the environment. The development...

Author(s)
Gasparović, F.
Citation
Industry and Environment, 1984, 7, 1, pp 25-77
Abstract

Although tourism in mountain areas in Yugoslavia is popular there are still many possibilities for further development, given larger investment and more systematic advertising. The various mountain areas in Yugoslavia are examined for their number of visitor centres, degree of tourism attraction,...

Author(s)
Stanković, S. M.
Citation
Tourist Review, 1984, 39, 2; 3, pp 30-31; 30-31

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