Edited By Elbeyi Pelit, Hasan Hüseyin Soybali and Ali Avan
The authors attempt to bring current issues in services management and different approaches in the field of social sciences together. This book deals with topics such as emotional interactions in the service environment, innovative approaches and applications, organizational behavior, financial performance, tourism management and marketing strategies in services management. It explores different perspectives in contemporary services management and paves the way for the understanding of actual tendencies.
Subsidiarity Principle Reflection on the Tourism Sector
In holding the effective and efficient public administration, there are some valid reasons to shoulder the service for local management units that are close to the public. First of all, public services, which are performed by the closest units to the public, provide convenience in determining their real needs, and also are prevented from getting out of the need (Ucar, 2004: 97). Regional/local development, as it was in the past, today, is a process that can be actualized with the participation of local, regional, national and even international actors, rather than an approach based on government intervention with central administration (Küçük & Güneş, 2013: 24). In particular, the tourism sector plays an important role in economic development and it is seen that many developing countries have determined their strategies accordingly. However, the tourism sector needs to be settled the conflict up by these actors participating in the development of tourism with a good tourist planning of the negative externalities such as the loss of natural landscapes, obstruction of traffic, environmental and cultural deterioration (Brokaj, 2014: 103).
The principle of locality ensures operative and efficient presentation of the service by eliminating the disadvantages that central administration has revealed. In addition, as it has a structure that envisions public participation, it helps the public to adopt and implement their own decisions more effectively (Belli, 2017: 78).
The study consisted of three parts and domestic and foreign sources were utilized by...
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