Sustainable Development in Barsa Land: A Correlation Analysis and System Modeling

31st International Convention on Information and Communication Technology, Electronics and Microelectronics, Vol. V, pp. 195-199, 2008

5 Pages Posted: 21 Feb 2009

See all articles by Manuela-Rodica Gogonea

Manuela-Rodica Gogonea

Bucharest University of Economic Studies - Department of Cybernetics and Statistics

Marian Zaharia

Petroleum & Gas University

Hapenciuc Cristian Valentin

University of Suceava - Stefan cel Mare

Date Written: February, 18 2009

Abstract

Barsa Land is an integral part of the rich Romanian tourist heritage, as an exceptional tourism area in Romania.

The progress of Barsa Land calls for the inclusion of regional sustainable development principles in its development. In this respect, one can outline the significance of studying and analyzing tourism evolution throughout the past few years.

The need to know the fluctuations recorded in the outcome of tourism activities has allowed for an approach to issues related to the extent of correlations between operation accommodation capacity and the number of tourist arrivals in Romanian accommodation units between 1998 and 2006.

The mutual involvement, the existence, scope, shape and intensity of the connection between the two indicators approached are tackled by the present paper.

Statistical methods employed have been applied based on data available from the County Statistics Department.

The conclusions drawn following the analysis of results thus obtained make up a higher stage in completing the image of regional tourism in relation with the setting up and application of regional sustainable development strategies.

JEL Classification: C10

Suggested Citation

Gogonea, Manuela-Rodica and Zaharia, Marian and Valentin, Hapenciuc Cristian, Sustainable Development in Barsa Land: A Correlation Analysis and System Modeling (February, 18 2009). 31st International Convention on Information and Communication Technology, Electronics and Microelectronics, Vol. V, pp. 195-199, 2008, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1345905

Manuela-Rodica Gogonea

Bucharest University of Economic Studies - Department of Cybernetics and Statistics ( email )

Romania

Marian Zaharia (Contact Author)

Petroleum & Gas University ( email )

B-dul Bucuresti, nr. 39
Ploiesti, Prahova 100680
Romania

Hapenciuc Cristian Valentin

University of Suceava - Stefan cel Mare ( email )

9, Universitatii Streed
Suceava, Suceava 720225
Romania

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