Research Proposal Tourism in Resource Based Countries.docx

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Groningen, Netherlands in 1977 and was about strong dependence of the country’s economy  on oil & gas production. As an oil & gas country, Azerbaijan also was once tediously  dependent on this sector. However, the country is growing up in all possible sectors of the  economy by each passing year, with the support of flourishment in natural resources  production and getting closer to the goal of Dutch disease prevention. Along with all other  sectors, tourism is developing very fast and becoming one of the most important field that  will preserve the country’s economic development indicators in the case of deterioration by  other sectors, especially exhaustible natural resources in the near future. Thus, it is crucial to  research about this topic as it stands very decisive about the future condition and economic  indicators of the country.
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5. Proposed research methodology   The primary research method for this study is literature review and conceptual  modelling. Constraint identification and classification through a structured approach is the  very first step. This study will first review various types of constraints in construction and  their characteristics. Based on this understanding, a classification method will be developed  to categorize constraint factors for the purpose of constraint identification and modelling. In  the second stage of this study, existing constraint modelling methods will be identified based  on a comprehensive review of current sphere practices and academic researches. But it is not  the end of the way. There will be more detailed and proposed methods. Finally, once the  constraint classification and modelling techniques are identified, a conceptual framework for  total constraint management will be outlined. This study will be conducted from 2000 to  2017 years.   Data Collection and Sampling: Variables that are chosen: 1)      Gross Domestic Product 2)    Tourism Sector from GDP 3)    Number of Tourist Arrivals 4)    Oil and Gas Sector from GDP 5)    Production of billion barrels of Oil and Gas   As stated earlier, variables selected will be taken from the Statistic Committees of  selected countries and the articles will be used for the analysis of dynamics of tourism sphere  for Azerbaijan, Russia and Kazakhstan. This research will use the annual data, computed  from the annual report of the selected indices by the government. This will be done over a  period of January 2000 to December 2017. This period has been selected to fully study the  before and after effect of the global recession of 2008-2009.
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  • Spring '15
  • tourism industry, Tourism Sector

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