CORRUPTION AND CORRUPTION OFFENCES IN TOURISM

  • Neđo Danilović Union University, Faculty of Business and Law
  • Dragana Lazić Faculty of Law, Megatrend University
Keywords: tourism, corruption, corruption offences, giving a bribe, taking a bribe and trading in influence

Abstract

Tourism as a service sector consists not of one but of several, mutually connected, equally important elements, such as the construction of tourist facilities, all modes of transport, accommodation, tourist transfers, banking, safety and security of passengers. Accordingly, an important research question in this paper relates to the forms of corruption manifestation that occur in all tourism activities, with an emphasis on the corruption that mostly occur in relation to the privatization of tourist facilities, issuing permits for the construction of tourist facilities and employment of staff in those facilities and accompanying services (giving a bribe, taking a bribe and trading in influence). Being an economic branch which is rapidly growing and employs more and more people, its side effect is corruption which has specific forms of manifestation in tourism. Therefore the main research subject in the paper is to describe, classify and give scientific explanation of specific aspects of corruption and corruption offences in tourism and related to tourism.

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Published
2019-06-01
How to Cite
Danilović, N., & Lazić, D. (2019). CORRUPTION AND CORRUPTION OFFENCES IN TOURISM. Tourism International Scientific Conference Vrnjačka Banja - TISC, 4(1), 663-681. Retrieved from https://www.tisc.rs/proceedings/index.php/hitmc/article/view/278