Innovation of Tourism Poverty Alleviation Model: Stakeholder Perspective

Guoqing HUANG

Abstract


The research has included the stakeholder theory in regional tourism poverty alleviation study and emphasized the significance of community residents’ involvement in tourism managing process as a core stakeholder and their equal chance of the shared interests. In addition, to construct a new model of tourism poverty alleviation and clarify its mechanism through the comprehensive analysis of other stakeholders’ interest appeals. 


Keywords


Poverty alleviation; Community residents; Interest coordination; Tourism stakeholders

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7284

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