THE FORMATION OF A SYSTEM OF INDICATORS TO ASSESS THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF INCLUSIVE TOURISM IN THE REGIONS OF UKRAINE

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  Natalyya Bielousova

Abstract

The purpose of the article is to determine the procedures for the formation of a modern system of indicators to assess the socio-economic development of inclusive tourism in different regions of Ukraine. This approach will determine the concept of development of the administrative and territorial unit of any country. Methodology. Formation of the methodological basis of the article is associated with the author's research and practically-adapted approbation of the results of these studies. Results. As a result of the formation of a methodological basis for the development of inclusive tourism in the system of socioeconomic relations at the regional level, a mechanism (model) for using the integral index as an indicator of the economic feasibility of using it in the system of regional management and economic development is proposed. The types of indicators of economic efficiency of the introduction of inclusive tourism and types of effects from the activities of inclusive tourism are defined, the methods of assessment of inclusive tourism as an innovative project, the method of determining the integral indicator of inclusive rehabilitation of people, taking into account the natural resource and recreational and tourist indicators are proposed for consideration. Practical implications. Given the relevance of the topic related to inclusive tourism, we see rational to evaluate the development and implementation of this innovative direction in the socio-economic system of regional development of Ukraine, which can serve as a model for adapting it to the administrative and territorial units of other countries. Value/originality. The development of the integral indicator of inclusive rehabilitation of people is the author's development, which is being practically tested and in the near future will become a universal methodology in working with people with inclusion and inclusive tourists in particular. For implementation in the socio-economic system of regional development, such innovative direction as inclusive tourism will allow to cover additional population groups (the poor, pensioners, people with disabilities, large families and others) in the provision of a variety of tourist services. Given the multifunctionality of the tourism sector and its economic potential, the introduction of inclusive tourism will help to stabilize or improve the overall economic situation in the regions of Ukraine.

How to Cite

Bielousova, N. (2021). THE FORMATION OF A SYSTEM OF INDICATORS TO ASSESS THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF INCLUSIVE TOURISM IN THE REGIONS OF UKRAINE. Three Seas Economic Journal, 2(4), 18-23. https://doi.org/10.30525/2661-5150/2021-4-4
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Keywords

system of indicators, socio-economic development of regions, inclusive tourism, method of determining the integral indicator, integral indicator of inclusive rehabilitation

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