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Behaviour of Stakeholders in Different Destination Networks – Three Cases from the Czech Republic



Year of publication 2019
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Acta Universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis
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Faculty of Economics and Administration

Keywords destination networking; tourism stakeholders; cooperation; Czech Republic
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Description The research paper gives a detailed understanding of mutual interactions in a different socio-cultural and economic context. The research focuses on network relations established due to the participation in a tourism product. The aim is to identify behaviour of the key stakeholders in destination development from the network perspective in the conditions of three different Czech destinations. The cases represent diverse spatial categories, which can be classified as urban, mountain, and multifunctional region. The applied network analysis provides relevant results to describe cooperative relationships among stakeholders in the selected destinations with a diverse structure and internal relations. The interactions among the stakeholders arise from their mutual trust and willingness to cooperate. Moreover, they are associated with the external environment. The results also highlight the behaviour of the stakeholders from the public sector in initiating cooperative activities.
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