Economic and Legal Aspects of Tourism Regulation in the New Economy: International Practice

  • Sayyora Rikhsibaevna SAFAEVA Tashkent State University of Economic, Uzbekistan
  • Dildora Aleksandrovna ISHANKHODJAEVA Singapore Management Development Institute in Tashkent, Uzbekistan
  • Nargiza Abduvohidovna JURAEVA Tashkent State University of Economic, Uzbekistan
  • Olga Evgenievna MATYUNINA Russian New University, Russian Federation


The article is concerned with measures to be taken to systematize the economic and legal aspects of tourism regulation in the new economy. International experience of government regulation in the tourism sector in the new economy shows that it makes sense to use separate components of government regulation mechanisms to develop the tourism industry in Russia taking into account its historical, cultural and natural potential. The European model has been proved as the most optimal as it suggests the formation of marketing divisions that will forge and promote a national tourist product, conduct marketing research, carry out advertising activities, arrange and hold international tourism exhibitions, conferences and seminars. The tourism sector as a multi-industry complex is established to be in need of coordination for its economic activities. Excessive government presence and regulation are determined to dampen entrepreneurial initiatives, which are the basis for the establishment and development of market relations in the tourism industry.


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How to Cite
SAFAEVA, Sayyora Rikhsibaevna et al. Economic and Legal Aspects of Tourism Regulation in the New Economy: International Practice. Journal of Environmental Management and Tourism, [S.l.], v. 10, n. 2, p. 459-463, june 2019. ISSN 2068-7729. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 27 may 2022. doi: