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dc.contributor.advisorMilenković, Svetislav
dc.contributor.otherRadosavljević, Gordana
dc.contributor.otherĐorđević, Miroslav
dc.contributor.otherKosar, Ljiljana
dc.creatorMilićević, Rada
dc.date.issued2017-05-23
dc.identifier.urihttp://eteze.kg.ac.rs/application/showtheses?thesesId=5034
dc.identifier.urihttps://fedorakg.kg.ac.rs/fedora/get/o:785/bdef:Content/download
dc.descriptionREZIME: Zdravstveni turizam ima svoje korene još u antičkom vremenu. I tada, na izvorima termalnih voda, nicali su objekti za organizovano kupanje-terme. Danas, pojam zdravstvenog turizma podrazumeva lečilišni turizam, medicinski turizam i wellness. Lečilišni turizam obuhvata lečenje, preventivu i rehabilitaciju. Pod medicinskim turizmom podrazumeva se putovanje u druge zemlje radi medicinske intervencije, najčešće iz oblasti stomatologije, hirurških usluga i usluga iz oblasti kardiologije. Wellness turizam podrazumeva prevenciju, odnosno očuvanje zdravlja, kroz regulisanje načina ishrane, eliminaciju stresa i eliminisanje drugih faktora koji mogu narušiti zdravlje i normalno funkcionisanje ljudskog organizma. U turizmu Srbije, zdravstveni turizam predstavlja njegov značajan segment zasnovan na brojnim termomineralnim izvorima, sa široko zastupljenim spektrom terapeutskih svojstava mineralnih voda i peloida. Na tim izvorima nicale su zdravstvene ustanove, bolnice i rehabilitacioni centri, u kojima se i danas pružaju usluge zdravstvenog turizma. Takođe, zdravstveni turizam se razvija i u planinama, koje zahvaljujući karakteristikama vazduha predstavljaju tzv. „vazdušne banje“ Srbije. Zdravstveni turizam, kao deo turističke privrede doprinosi ekonomskom rastu i povećanju nacionalnog dohotka. Turizam može imati direktne i indirektne efekte na privredu. Kao posledica njegovog direktnog efekta dolazi do povećanja društvenog bruto proizvoda, do otvaranja novih radnih mesta i bolje zaposlenosti stanovništva, utiče na platni bilans, na investicije. Takođe, uz pomoć turizma direktno se utiče na smanjenje neravnomernosti u regionalnom razvoju zemlje, utiče se na brži razvoj nedovoljno razvijenih zemalja. Indirektni uticaj turizma se odnosi na razvoj privrednih grana, poput poljoprivrede, saobraćaja, građevinarstva, industrije i dr. Prilikom proučavanja multiplikativnih efekata od turizma, treba naglasiti da je za jednu nacionalnu ekonomiju vrlo bitno razlikovati domaću od strane turističke potrošnje, jer su različiti i njihovi ekonomski učinci. Kod domaće turističke potrošnje, radi se o preraspodeli dohotka unutar jedne ekonomije, dok se kod strane turističke potrošnje, radi o prelivanju dohotka, odnosno prelivanju inostrane akumulacije u turističku destinaciju i ekonomiju te zemlje.sr
dc.descriptionSummary: The health tourism was existed in ancient times. On thermal springs had made many facilities for organized bathing - spa. Today, the concept of health tourism involves health- recovery tourism, medical tourism, and wellness tourism. The health tourism includes treatment, prevention, and rehabilitation. The medical tourism is travel to other countries for medical intervention, in the field of dentistry, surgical services, and services in the field of cardiology. The wellness tourism means prevention, and the preservation of health, through the regulation of diet, stress elimination, and elimination of other factors, that can destroy the health and normal functioning of the human organism. An important segment of the Serbian tourism is the health tourism, based on numerous thermo-mineral springs, with a wide spectrum of therapeutic properties. On these springs were building up medical institutions, hospitals, and rehabilitation centres. They provide health tourism. Health tourism is developing in the mountains. Because of its specific air characteristics, they are known such as “Serbian air spa”. Health tourism, as part of the tourism industry contributes to economic growth and national income. Tourism can have direct and indirect effects on the national economy. Direct effects lead to an increase of GDP, foreign and domestic investments, creation of new jobs and better employment of the population. In addition, tourism directly affects on the reduction of disparities in regional development of the country, as well as faster development of undeveloped countries. The indirect effects relate on the development of economic sectors, such as agriculture, transport, construction, industry, and others. Regard to the multiplicative effects of tourism, it should be noted, that for a national economy is very important to distinguish domestic from foreign tourist consumption. They have different economic effects. There is a redistribution of income within an economy in domestic tourism consumption, while in foreign, is an overflow income, or shedding of foreign accumulations into a tourist destination and its economy.en
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dc.publisherУниверзитет у Крагујевцу, Економски факултетsr
dc.rightsAutorstvo-Nekomercijalno-Bez prerade 3.0 Srbija (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0)
dc.sourceУниверзитет у Крагујевцуsr
dc.subjectzdravstveni turizam, wellness, termomineralni izvori, multiplikativni efekti, direktni i indirektni efektisr
dc.subjecthealth tourism, wellness, thermo-mineral springs, multiplier effects, direct and indirect effectsen
dc.titleResursne atrakcije kao multiplikativni faktor razvoja zdravstvenog turizma Srbijesr
dc.title.alternativeResource attractions as a multiplicative factor for development of health tourism in Serbia.en
dc.typePhD thesis


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