Challenges and successes in collaborative tourism governance: A systematic literature review
Keywords:Co-management, stakeholder engagement, tourism solution, green-tourism, eco-tourism, collaborative governance, collaborative tourism
Collaborative governance is acknowledged to provide problem-solving alternatives that are superior to those generated solely by government organizations. It involves various related stakeholders, especially those related to tourism. The integrative processes provide a direct face-to-face alternative by assimilating various items of information, thus resulting in comprehensive and compromised strategic planning. This study aims to understand success stories in collaborative tourism governance and the lessons resulting from obstacles encountered in various contexts, including local, regional, and national. It employs a systematic literature review of 29 related articles published during 2010 to 2021, drawn from various sources, and conducts a bibliometric study to map research trends. The findings indicate that compared with a national context, local and regional contexts tend to have more complex and comprehensive results as more stakeholders are involved in the action scheme. The findings in the national context indicate that only two of the related articles examined in this study explain collaborative tourism governance. Furthermore, comprehensive results are elaborated within those two papers.
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