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A Preliminary Study on the Conceptual Model of Multiple-double Layer-nested Tourism Business Pattern. (English)

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    • Abstract:
      The concept of tourism business pattern refers to the fact that the concept of retail business pattern is applied to the practice of tourism development and scientific studies among tourism academic circles, with certain sense of innovation. Based on the analysis of three concepts of retail business pattern, the paper discusses its attributes of space, service and level and further systematically elaborates the three progressive notions of adaption, coupling and aggregation and establishes multiple-double layer-nested tourism business pattern model. Multiple-double layer refers to the inner layer of operational form and two levels of tourism products. Layer-nested pattern refers to the coupling and interactive relationship between the inner layer of tourism business pattern operational form and outer layer of tourism products. "Multiple" includes small tourism business pattern constructed by some enterprises which provide same products and similar operational forms and large tourism business pattern constructed by multi-interrelated small tourism business pattern. With this conceptual model, we can explore the new way of tourism business pattern and understand industrial levels and enhance the operation and management of enterprises. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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