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International Journal of Tourism and Hotel Management
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International Journal of Tourism and Hotel Management
2021, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part A
Tourism crises in Jordan and the absence of government administration

Saeed Shoja Shafti

The income of the tourism industry in Jordan is considered one of the most important sources of foreign income in Jordan and comes in the first place in supporting the national economy, and this sector is growing and growing rapidly and continuously in many countries that have done well in maintaining the stability of this sector and immunizing it against shocks and various natural, political, economic and health crises, Therefore, maintaining stable and accelerating growth in the tourism sector is not the result of luck and chance in successful countries in tourism, but rather the result of well-thought-out policies, strategies and plans developed in advance within what we can call the science of tourism crisis management, which examines theories, variables, contributing and affected parties, and procedures that It can be taken to avoid or reduce the damage resulting from various crises and disasters before, during and after the crisis for the rapid return, recovery and promotion of tourism after any emergency, especially the global and local Corona crisis, which has a direct impact on the local economy.
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How to cite this article:
Saeed Shoja Shafti. Tourism crises in Jordan and the absence of government administration. Int J Tourism Hotel Manage 2021;3(2):44-50.
International Journal of Tourism and Hotel Management
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