Collaborative Government in Tourism Sector Development


The purpose of this article is to delve into the concept of Collaborative Government in the context of tourism development and its implications. The study examines existing literature and research that focuses on the roles, benefits, challenges, and recommendations associated with Collaborative Government in the tourism sector. To accomplish this, a literature review method was employed, as it is effective in providing a comprehensive understanding of Collaborative Government in tourism development. The findings of the study reveal that Collaborative Government necessitates cooperation and partnership among diverse stakeholders, including government agencies, tourism industry participants, local communities, and other relevant actors. This approach promotes joint decision-making, resource sharing, and collective efforts in planning, implementing, and managing tourism initiatives. The concept emphasizes the significance of coordination, communication, and cooperation among stakeholders to achieve common objectives. Collaborative Government presents a promising approach to enhancing the tourism sector by fostering inclusive decision-making, encouraging partnerships, and attaining sustainable outcomes. This literature review contributes to a deeper comprehension of Collaborative Government in tourism and offers valuable insights for policymakers, practitioners, and researchers seeking to improve collaboration and governance in tourism development. Nevertheless, further empirical research is necessary to explore specific case studies and assess the results and impacts of Collaborative Government initiatives in diverse tourism contexts.

Keywords: Collaborative government, tourism, development

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