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Kiptenko V., Doan P. TOURISM STUDIES IN “GEOGRAPHY AND TOURISM” JOURNAL: 2007-mid 2014 REVIEW
During recent decades Ukraine got several impetuses for development, in academic sphere in particular. We aimed our scoping research on tracing and questioning the role of the collection of scientific papers “Geography and Tourism” in tourism studies in the country. Our quantitative and qualitative assessments, despite some subjectivity limitations, prove the complex and systematic approach propagating the tourismology (as the core of tourism studies) and integrative role of geography in the research domain. The review of publications during 2007-mid 2014 reveals the all-Ukrainian scope of the Journal, its consistent promotion of young scholars and international cooperation.
Key words: tourism studies, Geography and Tourism, Ukraine, review.
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(Authors’ translation from Ukrainian into English; *- original in Russian; ** - original in Polish)
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57.Dotsenko V.F., Arpul O.V., Bondar N.P., Emchuk T.V., Dudkina O.O. Development of restaurants network in the Capital region of Ukraine// Geography and Tourism, Issue 21.-2012, p. 64-70.
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68.Giletskyi J. Classification of touristic and recreational resources based on geospheres approach// Geography and Tourism, Issue 14. - 2011, p.52-58.
69.Glibovets’ V.L. Evaluation of tourist activity conditions in the European capitals before crises// Geography and tourism, Issue 19. – 2012, p. 205-2015.
70.Glibovets’ V.L. The analysis of tourist flows to Capital social and geographic region of Ukraine// Geography and Tourism, Issue 16. - 2011, p. 136-144.
71.Grigorieva V.V. The importance of recreation potential evaluation for strategic planning of regional sustainable development (Pskov region case study)*// Geography and Tourism, Issue 15. - 2011, p.93-98.
72.Ilyakova O.Yu. Development of event tourism*// Geography and Tourism, Issue 21. - 2012, p. 26-31.
73.Ilyin L.V., Kalinowski D.I., Ilyina O.V. The eevaluation of recreational potential of natural reservoirs of Ukrainian Polissya// Geography and Tourism, Issue 9. – 2010, p. 65-70.
74.Islamova A.G., Gaparova N.S. The analysis of tourism and recreation resources of southern part of Issyk-Kul Basin*// Geography and Tourism, Issue 26.- 2013, p. 28-33.
75.Ivanunik V.O. Current state and evaluation of transport and trade infrastructure for needs of tourism and recreation (the case of Chernivtsi region)// Geography and Tourism, Issue 14. -2011, p. 188-195.
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79.Kazantseva O.I. Tourism as a factor of sustainable development of the national economy*// Geography and Tourism, Issue 4. - 2010, p. 17-22.
80.Khanmagomedov Kh.L. Landscape-recreational system as a factor of economic potential of coastal lowlands of Dagestan potential*// Geography and Tourism, Issue 10. - 2010, p. 34-37.
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84.Khovalko A.B. Podillya cave region as prospective tourism provision for EURO 2012// Geography and Tourism, Issue 14. -2011, p. 106-111.
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87.Kiptenko V.K. Theory and methods of tourism regional studies// Geography and Tourism, Issue 5. -2010, p. 103-108.
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92.Kiptenko V.K., Malynovska O.Yu. Concept of tourism image of Ukraine programme elaboration and promotion on target segments// Geography and Tourism, Issue 2. - 2009, p. 30-40.
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98.Kornilova N.V. Event tourism in Ukraine // Geography and tourism, Issue 22. -2012, p. 112-119.
99.Kornilova N.V. Problems of tourism development in Chernigiv region// Geography and Tourism, Issue 10. – 2010, p. 65-70
100.Kornilova V.V. The PR communications of museum and travel company: the similarities and differences// Geography and Tourism, Issue 17. - 2012, p. 28-35.
101.Kornilova V.V. Prospects of tourism development in the industrial centers with historic and cultural heritage (town of Konotop, Sumy region case study)// Geography and Tourism, Issue 21. - 2012, p. 103-112.
102.Kotsyuba A.I. Spelestology phenomenon in tourism// Geography and Tourism, Issue 26 – 2013, p. 80-87.
103.Koval L.M., Perklevich V.S., Gorun M.V. Sacral-religious tourism in Khmelnytski region: historical and architectural heritage// Geography and Tourism, Issue 27 – 2014, p. 119-129.
104.Kovalchuk A.P. Cluster approach to regional development of tourism (St. Petersburg case study)*// Geography and Tourism, Issue 25. - 2013, p. 53-59.
105.Kozlovskiy E.V., Cegelnik Y.A. Legal status and principal activities of international organizations in tourism// Geography and Tourism, Issue 18. - 2012, p. 68-75.
106.Kozlovskiy E.V., Krupa I.P. National cultural heritage of the region as a factor of cultural tourism development// Issue 14. - 2011, p. 63-68.
107.Kozlovskiy O.Yu., Dunaevska O.F. Ecologic and green tourism: definition, peculiarities, current state in Zhytomyr region// Geography and Tourism, Issue 25 - 2013, p.151-160.
108.Kozlovskyi E.V. Social and cultural aspects of tourism development under globalization// Geography and Tourism, Issue 20. - 2012, p. 59-66.
109.Kozlovskyi O.Yu., Dunaevska O.F. Overview of main recreation resources of Zhytomyr region for development of perspective types of tourism// Geography and Tourism, Issue 23. – 2012, p. 120-129.
110.Krekhovetskiy V.V. Modernization of transport complex of Ivano-Frankivsk region in the context of EURO 2012.// Geography and Tourism, Issue 14. - 2011, p. 130-139.
111.Krzysztof Parzych The spatial differentiation of tourism in European countries**// geography and Tourism, Issue 15. – 2011, p. 58-64.
112.Krzysztof Parzych, Chaplinski Pawel Etyka w zarzanzaniu przedsiebiorstwen turysrycznym// Geography and Tourism, Issue 14. - 2011, p. 166-172.
113.Logvyn M.M., Gusakovskiy T.O. Cultural and spiritual legacy of Poltava region as touristic resource// geography and Tourism, Issue 23. - 2013, p. 129-134.
114.Logvyn M.M., Shukhanov P.V. Sacral landscapes of Ukraine as objects for tourism// Geography and Tourism, Issue 13. - 2011, p. 64-69.
115.Lola Yu.Yu, Kis’ O.P. Peculiarities of touristic information centers development in Ukraine// Geography and Tourism, Issue 14. - 2011, p.269-274.
116.Lyashuk N.N. Contemporary territorial organization of hotel industry enterprises of Volyn region// Geography and Tourism, Issue 11. - 2011, p. 85-90.
117.Lyubitseva O.O. Concept of tourism framework as a basis of sustainable tourism development strategy in Ukraine// Geography and Tourism, Issue 14. – 2011, p. 3-8.
118.Lyubitseva O.O. Regional analysis of professional education for tourism in Ukraine// Geography and Tourism, Issue 16 - 2011, p. 10-18.
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120.Lyubitseva O.O. Stages of tourism education in Ukraine formation// Geography and Tourism, Issue 20. - 2012, p. 4-11.
121.Lyubitseva O.O. To the issue of terms definition in tourism// Geography and Tourism, Issue 3. - 2010, p. 7-10.
122.Lyubitseva O.O., Kiptenko V.K., Fedchuk A.P. The 32nd International Geographic Congress: challenges and opportunities of the world geography// Geography and Tourism, Issue 23. -2012, p. 3-9.
123.Lyubitseva O.O., Mal’ska M.P., Zin’ko Yu.V. Conceptual principles of geography of recreation and tourism// Geography and Tourism, Issue 11. - 2011, p. 3-14.
124.Lyubitseva O.O., Motuzenko O.O. Innovations in tourism education// Geography and Tourism, Issue 24. - 2013, p. 3-6.
125.Lyubitseva O.O., Shparaga T.I. Regional peculiarities of museum activities in Ukraine// Geography and Tourism, Issue 1. - 2007, p. 85-94.
126.Lyubitseva O.O., Tret’yakov O.V. Types of destinations// Geography and Tourism, Issue 17. - 2012, p. 3-9.
127.Malynovska O.Yu., Tretyakov O.V. Development of business tourism in the world// Geography and Tourism, Issue 18. – 2012, p. 62-68.
128.Mal’ska M.P. Antoniuk N.V. Ways of state regulation of tourism services development improvement// Geography and Tourism, Issue 9. - 2010, p. 114-119.
129.Mal’ska M.P. Tourism clusters in Lviv region// geography and Tourism, Issue 17. -2012, p. 87-93.
130.Malyarchuk P.M., Dunaevska O.F., Kozlocskyi O.Y., Svitlutskyi. Education of bachelors on “ecologic tourism” in Zhytomyr national agricultural university// Geography and Tourism, Issue 13. - 2011, p. 153-158.
131.Malynovska O.Yu. Contemporary trends in restaurant business of Ukraine development// Geography and Tourism, Issue 28. - 2014, p. 125-131.
132.Malynovska O.Yu. Gender aspect of tourism// Geography and Tourism, Issue 8. -2010, p. 23-29.
133.Malynovska O.Yu. Mini-hotels in Ukraine// Geography and Tourism, Issue 23. – 2012, p. 57-62.
134.Malynovska O.Yu., Dolgova K.S. Children tourism development: innovative forms of recreation organization// Geography and Tourism, Issue 24. -2013, p. 60-69.
135.Matvienko N.M. Current state and prospects of tourism development in India// Geography and tourism, Issue 25. – 2013, p. 46-53.
136.Matvienko N.M. Denysyuk Yu. M. Current state and prospects of tourism development in Croatia// Geography and Tourism, Issue 23. - 2012, p. 187-192.
137. Matvienko V.M., Matvienko N.M. Ethnographic resources of Turkey as the component of its tourism and recreation potential// Geography and Tourism, Issue 3. - 2010, p. 65-71.
138.Matvienko V.M., Matvienko N.M. Factors of development and placing of recreation complex of Podillya region// Geography and Tourism, Issue 16. - 2011, p. 128-136.
139.Matvienko V.M., Matvienko N.M. Peculiarities of insurance in tourism industry// Geography and Tourism, Issue 1. - 2007, p. 68-74.
140.Mechkovskaya O.A. Methofological issues of spatial structure of tourism research*// Geogarphy and Tourism, Issue 22. – 2012, p. 14-18.
141.Mechkovskaya O.A. Evaluation of recreation resources of Central and Eastern Europe countries and main directions of their usage in tourism efficiency*// Geography and Tourism, Issue 17. - 2012, p. 48-55.
142.Mechkovskaya O.A. Strategy of ecological tourism development in Belarus*// Geography and Tourism, Issue 26. – 2013., p. 33-38.
143.Moklytitsya Yu.V. Classification aspects of the tourism potential of Lutsk// Geography and Tourism, Issue 14. – 2011, p. 85-91.
144.Montecchiari A., Carfagna E. Le formazione nel esttore turistico// Geography and Tourism, Issue 16. – 2011, p. 3-10.
145.Montecchiari A., Mouzenko O. Cultura – turismo – enogastronomia: un trionomio indissolubile per lo sviluppo del turismo italiano// Geography and Tourism, Issue 7. - 2010, p. 45-50.
146.Morkovkina A.G., Rassypnov V.A., Maksimova N.B. Criteria of territory choice for touristic objects organization// Geography and Tourism, Issue 28 – 2014, p. 71-77.
147.Motuzenko O.O. Contribution of tourism disciplines in volunteers’ preparation for organization of the final tie of the European football championship 2012// Geography and Tourism, Issue 14. - 2011, p. 274-281.
148.Motuzenko O.O. The project activity role in preparation of specialists with Italian knowledge for tourism industry (international education and culture project “Italiamo” case study)// Geography and Tourism, Issue 13. - 2011, p. 163-166.
149.Motuzenko O.O., Lipova M.O. Wine-gastronomic tourism as a tool to support national manufacturers in Odessa region// Geography of Tourism, Issue 24. – 2013, p. 108-119.
150.Nicosia E., Porto C.M. Wine tourism as a factor of regional enhancement and development: the case study of Sicily wine region// Geography and Tourism, Issue 27. -2014, p. 17-30.
151.Nikonova L.I., Savka V.P. Ecotourism: problems, experience, prospects*// Geography and Tourism, Issue 28. - 2014, p. 63-71.
152.Novikova M.V., Lolla Yu.Yu. The peculiarities of travel company management// Geography and Tourism, Issue 11. - 2011, p. 47-54.
153.Novikova V.I. Components of main kinds of transport as infrastructure for recreation: concept essence, structure, classification// Geography and Tourism, Issue 12. -2010, p. 23-31.
154.Novikova V.I. Country studies for needs of tourism: different approaches to learn the discipline// geography and Tourism, Issue 20. - 2012, p. 212-228.
155.Novikova V.I. Resorts and sanatorium sphere: infrastructure components, current state in Ukraine// Geography and Tourism, Issue 16. - 2011, p. 93-102.
156.Novikova V.I. Various tourist activities and infrastructure: theoretical issues and current state in Ukraine I the context of preparation to staging EURO-2012// Geography and Tourism, Issue 13. – 2011, p. 55-61
157.Oliynyk Ya.B. Geography to tourism development// Geography and Tourism, Issue 2. - 2009, p. 3-5.
158.Oliynyk Ya.B. Key directions of modifications of professional education for tourism industry specialists// Geography and Tourism, Issue 8. - 2010, p. 105-109.
159.Oliynyk Ya.B., Kononenko O.Yu., Melnychuk A.L. Eco-network role in the system of formation and promotion of the national tourist product// Geography and tourism, Issue 7. - 2010, p. 39-42.
160.Panyukov A.I., Panyukova Y.G. “Agritourism” and “rural tourism”: the question of the similiarities and differences between concepts*// Geography and Tourism, Issue 27 - 2014, p. 30 -38.
161.Parfinenko A.Yu. Development of “economy of exclusivity” as a factor of tourism industry competitiveness in Ukraine// Geography and Tourism, Issue 14. – 2011, p. 8-13.
162.Parfinenko A.Yu. Theoretical grounds of state tourism policy formation and implementation// Geography and Tourism, Issue 25. - 2013, p. 78-87.
163.Parfinenko A.Yu. Touristic image as a tool of competitive advantages of regional development// Geography and Tourism, Issue 13. - 2011, p. 251-256.
164.Parzych K. European funds for tourism development in the coastal resorts. The example of Leba resort// Geography and Tourism, Issue 26. – 2013, p.21-28.
165.Parzych Krzysztof. Influence of tourist education and material status on evaluation of tourist space of a seaside resort on example of Leba resort// Geography and Tourism, Issue 19. -2012, p. 16-25.
166.Pasichnyk V.R., Sushyk O.G., Terletsky V.K. The rural green tourism as a factor of Ukrainian village revival and rural economy restructuring// Geography and Tourism, Issue 22. - 2012, p. 78-87.
167.Patsyuk V.S. Industrial objects of Ukraine as prospective tourist destinations for EURO 2012// Geography and Tourism, Issue 13. – 2011, p. 90-95.
168.Patsyuk V.S. Potential of industrial regions in the context of their image formation// Geography and Tourism, Issue 23. – 2012, p. 100-107.
169.Pavlenko T.M. Historical and cultural recreation resources of Poltava region// Geography and Tourism, Issue 14. - 2011, p. 79-85.
170.Penderetskiy O.V. Industrial tourism cluster of Carpathian region// Geography and Tourism, Issue 22. -2012, p. 134-140.
171.Penderetskiy O.V. Social aspects of industrial tourism// Geography and Tourism, Issue 19. – 2012, p. 37-44.
172.Pestushko V.Yu. Demographic preconditions of international tourism development in countries of different types// Geography and Tourism, Issue 6. -2010, p. 112-117.
173.Pestushko V.Yu. The state of the world tourism market under the global economic crises// Geography and Tourism, Issue 3. - 2010, p. 44-51.
174.Pestushko V.Yu., Chubuk Yu.P. The Chornobyl PAS as tourist destination// Geography and Tourism, Issue9. - 2010, p. 82-86.
175.Polevaya M.V. development of competences in professional training of specialists for tourism*// Geography and Tourism, Issue 4. - 2010, p. 118-122.
176.Prikhodko A.I. Terms in tourismology: tourist center or tourist destination// Geography and Tourism, Issue 18 -2012, p.12-19
177.Radchenko O.M. Ecologic aspects of servicing the foreign tourists in the Ukrainian SSR in 1960-80// Geography and Tourism, Issue 12. - 2011, p. 45-49.
178.Radchenko O.M. Marketing communications of ecologic tourism in Cherkasy region// Geography and Tourism, Issue 21. - 2012, p. 96-103.
179.Radchenko O.M. The PR and advertising of JSC “Intourist” of the Ukrainian SSR in 1970ths// Geography and Tourism, Issue 3. - 2010, p. 21-26.
180.Radchenko O.M. Social media in tourism of Ukraine// Geography and Tourism, Issue 22. - 2012, p. 119-126.
181.Rassypnov V.A, Maksimova N.B. Usage of recreational lands for rural tourism purposes in Russian Altai*// Geography and Tourism, Issue 10. - 2010, p. 37-41.
182.Rassypnov V.A., Maksimova N.B. Ecologic and cultural tourism in protected areas (Altai case study)*// Geography and Tourism, Issue 15. - 2011, p. 84-89.
183.Renata Rettinger. Hotele jako wazny segment infrastructury noclegowej miast na przykladzie Krakowa// Geography and Tourism, Issue 14 - 2011, p.172-177.
184.Rogozin M.V., Andreev D.N. Tourism of forests in Perm region*// Geography and Tourism, Issue 28. -2014, p. 82-90.
185.Romaniv O.Ya, Romaniv A.S., Shvorak I.V. Spatial organization of touristic routs of Rivne region// Geography and Tourism, Issue 14. - 2011, p. 261-269
186.Rutyn’skyi M.J. Geography of tourism in the structure of geographical science: its epistemology and key disciplinary trends// Geography and Tourism, Issue 6. - 2010, p. 96-101.
187.Rutyn’skyi M.J. Historic and geographic features of Morshyn sub-Carpathian spa resort establishment// Geography and Tourism, Issue 16. – 2011, p. 151-161.
188.Rutyn’skyi M.J. Recreation resource background and historic-geographic p periods of development of Burkut – the oldest mountain resort of Galychyna// Geography and Tourism, Issue 17. - 2012, p. 151-157.
189.Rutyn’skyi M.J. The system of current recreation motives as driving force of global tourism industry development// Geography and Tourism, Issue 9. - 2010, p. 129-135.
190.Shandor F.F. The brand of the territory as innovative factor of regional development of tourism industry// Geography and Tourism, Issue 8. - 2010, p. 129-134.
191.Shandor F.F. The Trans-Carpathian: regional problems in tourism on the eve of EURO-2012// Geography and Tourism, Issue 14. – 2011, p. 13-23.
192.Shandor F.f. the trans-regional cooperation: case study of tourist brand “Carpathians”// Geography and Tourism, Issue 7. - 2010, p. 66-70.
193.Shparaga T.I. , Mykailyuk M.M. Preconditions and current state of Hasid pilgrimage in Ukraine// Geography and Tourism, Issue 22 - 2012, p. 98-105.
194.Shparaga T.I., Boyko V.V. Market of wine tourism of the Black sea region as a prospective branch of tourism in Ukraine// Geography and Tourism, Issue 14. – 2011, p. 46-52.
195.Shparaga T.I., Lomachuk I.V. Castle complexes of Ukraine as an object for tourist activities// Geography and Tourism, Issue 9. – 2010, p. 38-43.
196.Shparaga T.I., Tertychna Yu.V. Tourism cluster establishment based on sacral architecture in Ternopil region// Geography and Tourism, Issue 24. - 2013, p. 152-162.
197.Shyshchenko P.G., Oliynyk Ya.B., Oleshenko V.I. Ukrainian Geographic Union and problems of tourism development in Ukraine// Geography and Tourism, Issue 3. -2010, p. 3-7.
198.Smal I.V. Tourism of human weaknesses// Geography and Tourism, Issue 24. -2013, p. 69-76.
199.Smal V.V. Tourism of industrial legacy as a product of postindustrial transformations// Geography and Tourism, Issue 9. - 2010, p. 27-34.
200.Smyrnov I.G. Achievements of Turkey in application of “all inclusive” hospitality systems and possibilities of their use in Ukraine (logistic aspect)// Geography and Tourism, Issue 15. – 2011, p. 64-78.
201.Smyrnov I.G. Tourismolohy and international tourist business: spheres of interconnection// Geography and Tourism, Issue 1. - 2007, p. 16-25.
202.Smyrnov I.G. The academic (general) sociology as the basis of sociology of tourism// Geography and tourism, Issue 21. – 2012, p. 3-8.
203.Smyrnov I.G. Customs logistics of tourist flows in the light of preparation to EURO-2012 in Ukraine// Geography and Tourism, Issue 12. – 2011, p. 3-19.
204.Smyrnov I.G. Golovko V.V. Multinationals in tourism: sector and regional characteristics// Geography and Tourism, Issue 22. – 2012, p. 3-14.
205.Smyrnov I.G. Innovations in tourism: a marketing mix// Geography and Tourism, Issue 24. - 2013, p. 52-60.
206.Smyrnov I.G. Psychology of tourism and commercial activities// Geography and Tourism, Issue 19. – 2012, p. 3-11.
207.Smyrnov I.G. Strategic logistic management in international tourism in the context of its sustainable development// GeographyTourism, Issue 9. - 2010, p. 12-27.
208.Socio-graphic analysis of citizens of Kryvyi Rig attitude to industrial tourism development// Geography and Tourism, Issue 11. - 2010, p. 58-64.
209.Stafiychuk V.I., Malynovska O.Yu. Essence and role of professionally oriented (excursion) practices in preparation of tourism managers// Geography and Tourism, Issue 13. – 2011, p. 158-163.
210.Stepanets N.P. Experience of developed countries in training for tourism: competence approach// Geography and Tourism, Issue 20. – 2012, p. 19-25.
211.Stepanets N.P. Rural settlements as a prospective center of touristic destination// Geography and tourism, Issue 14. - 2011, p. 116-120.
212.Sviridova N.D. Industrial tourism: theoretical aspects// Geography and Tourism, Issue 10. -2010, p. 8-15.
213.Syrovets S.Yu. Spatial organization of recreation and tourism activities clusters in the Capital social and economic region// Geography and Tourism, Issue 17. - 2012, p. 82-87.
214.Trotsenko O.V. Problems and prospects of rural tourism development in Dnipropetrovsk region// Geography and Tourism, Issue 15. - 2011, p. 174-182.
215.Udovichenko V.V. Maksimenko D.S. Elements of marketing communications complex in system of popularization of fortifications// Geography and Tourism, Issue 9. -2010, p. 139-146.
216.Udovichenko V.V., Sklyarenko V.S. Methodological aspects of evaluation of recreation load: problems and applied lines of research// Geography and Tourism, Issue 21. -20212, p. 16-26.
217.Udovychenko V.V. Pogorila Yu.Yu. Legal regulations of tourist formalities: issues of international co-operation// Geography and Tourism, Issue 23. – 2012, p. 37-43.
218.Uliganets S.I. Melnyk L.V., Khomenko K.A. Analysis of the significance of the lost landmarks for the tourism industry in the city of Kyiv// Geography and Tourism, Issue 26. – 2014, p. 172 -180.
219.Uliganets S.I., Kulinich M.T. Leisure and recreation in contemporary life of Kyiv citizens (Golosievo district case study)// Geography and Tourism, Issue 19. – 2012, p. 224-228.
220.Ustymenko L.M. Video-ecological requirements to touristic centers// Geography and Tourism, Issue 25. - 2013, p. 194-200.
221.Ustymenko L.M. , Cegelnyk Y.A. Geography of tourist centers and vide-oecology// Issue 17. -2012, p. 16-23.
222.Uvarova G.Sh. The ways of optimization of co-operation between Ukraine and Italy in tourism// Geography and Tourism, Issue 20. – 2012, p. 110-116.
223.Uvarova G.Sh. Formation of positive image of host cities of EURO 2012// Geography and Tourism, Issue 14, - 2011, p. 126-132.
224.Uvarova G.Sh. International integration in tourism staff training// Geography and Tourism, Issue 24. - 2013, p. 124-131.
225.Vishnevska O.O., Parfinenko A.Yu., Sidorov V.I. Problems in preparation of educational literature on tourist regional studies// Geography and Tourism, Issue 13. - 2011, p. 150-153.
226.Vishnevskaya G.G., Cegelnik A.O. Elaboration of excursions’ programmes in Ukraine on the eve of Euro 2012// Geography and Tourism, Issue 14. - 2011, p. 58-63.
227.Voronin I.M. Analysis of the real estate market in the national hotel industry// Geography and Tourism, Issue 22. – 2012, p. 37-42.
228.Voronin I.M. E-learning in training of specialists in the field of tourism: Crimean experience// Geography and Tourism, Issue 25. - 2013, p. 174-184.
229.Voronin I.M. Voronina G.B. Globalization: tourism aspect// Geography and Tourism, Issue 8. - 2010, p. 6-8.
230.Voronina G.B. Animation in ethnographic tourism// Geography and Tourism, Issue 17. - 2012, p. 23-28.
231.Voronina G.B., Voronin I.M. Cluster approach in the contemporary model of tourism development// Geography and Tourism, Issue 6. - 2010, p. 108-112.
232.Vyshnevska G.G., Cegelnik A.O. Gastronomic holidays and festivals as touristic attraction// Geography and Tourism, Issue 18. - 2012, p. 55-62.
233.Yakovchuk O.V. Transport provision for tourism in Ukraine// geography and Tourism, Issue 15. - 2011, p.120-128.
234.Yatsenko B.P. Cultural and ecologic peculiarities of international and domestic tourism in Japan// Geography and Tourism, Issue 3. - 2010, p. 57-65
235.Yatsenko B.P. Current state and challenges of tourism education system// Geography and Tourism, Issue 2. – 2009, p. 18-30
236.Yatsenko B.P. International tourism in economy of historical city (Kyoto case study)// geography and Tourism, Issue 8. – 2010, p. 64-69.
237.Yatsenko B.P. yaroshenko D.O. Railways as an important component of the tourism industry of Japan// Geography and Tourism, Issue 25. - 2013, p. 228-238.
238.Yavkin V.G., Fostiy V.V., Kirpushko Ya.V. The potential of domestic tourism and hospitality structural changes in the Carpathians// Geography and Tourism, Issue 20. – 2012, p. 132-139.
239.Yurchenko O.S. Methodological apparatus of tourism study// Geography and Tourism, Issue 15. - 2011, p.229-235.
240.Zarya I.V. Borysiuk O.A. The analysis of current trends in innovative activities in tourism// Geography and Tourism, Issue 27. - 2014, p. 38-46.
241.Zarya I.V. Melnyk A.M. Features of further development of tourism industry in the context of the development of information and computer technologies in tourism// Geography and tourism, Issue 22. - 2012, p. 51-58.
242.Zarya I.V. Modern being of tourism competitiveness on macro- and micro- levels// Geography and Tourism, Issue 15. - 2011, p. 17-22.
243.Zarya I.V. The peculiarities of strategic development of tourism industry of Ukraine in the conditions of globalization// Geography and Tourism, Issue 14. - 2011, p. 184-188.
244.Zarya I.V. Theoretical foundations of modern paradigm change in management of tourism enterprise// Geography and Tourism, Issue 25. - 2013, p. 87-94.
245.Zarya I.V., Borysiuk O.A. Competitiveness of air transport in the context of cooperation with travel agencies// Geography and Tourism, Issue 22. - 2012, p. 18-27.
246.Zatsepin S.V. Social background of ecological tourism development in modern society*// Geography and Tourism, Issue 11 – 2011, p. 64-69.
247.Zatsepin S.V. Tourism as one of the communicative practices of modern world*// Issue 18 - 2012, p. 98-103.
248.Zavarika G.M. Development of recreation opportunities of Lugansk region// Geography and Tourism, Issue 22. – 2012, p. 167-173.
249.Zavarika G.N. Tourism of protected natural areas// Geography and Tourism, Issue 28. -2014, p. 90-97.
250.Zima O.G., Karkal’ova P.I. Green tourism development as a tool of environment improvement in Ukraine // Geography and Tourism, Issue 10. - 2010, p. 52-57.
251.Zima O.G., Kudelko V.E., Pigayna V.O. Significance of tourism destination branding for its competitiveness increase// geography and Tourism, Issue 20 .- 2012, p. 44-50.
252.Zima O.G., Lola Yu.Yu., Gyla N.V. Formation of the informational environment of national tourism industry// Geography and Tourism, Issue 22. – 2012, p. 27-37.
253.Zin’ko Yu.V., Gorishecskiy P.A., Vasilyev V.P., Blagodur S.F., Ivanyk M.V. Italian legislative experience for regulations design in rural tourism of Ukraine// Geography and Tourism, Issue 16. – 2011, p. 51-59.
254.Zin’ko Yu.V., Ivanyk M.B., Shevchuk O.M. European experience of geo-tourism development// Geography and Tourism, Issue 8. - 2010, p. 13-23.
255.Zin’ko Yu.V., Malska M.P., Kravchuk N.V., Yaremchyshyn A.A. Informational provision of tourism for EURO 2012 in Lviv// Geography and Tourism, Issue 14. - 2011, p. 240-246.
 
Kiptenko V., Koroma N., Stafiychuk V. REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY DISCOURSE IN “GEOGRAPHY AND TOURISM” JOURNAL DURING 2007-2014
Establishment of Regional Geography and Tourism Chair at Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv and its collection of scientific papers “Geography and Tourism” reflect the challenges of the Ukrainian society development at the edge of XX-XXI centuries. Review of published in 2007-2014 materials determines the subject focuses, characterizes authors and role of the journal in scientific communications. The landmarks reached prove the strong positions of the chair in regional studies of Ukraine, contemporary regional and global processes. Considerable promotion of young scholars prospects further development and internationalization of the scientific journal “Geography and Tourism”.
Key words: regional geography, country studies, scientific journal, Ukraine, review.

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81.Poklyatskiy S.A. Problems of research of large cities as key elements of the main frame// Geography and Tourism, issue 6 - 2010, p. 79-85.
82.Pylypenko I.O. Geospatial delimitations and measurement of social-geographical periphery on regional level, Issue 4. – 2010, p. 176-181.
83.Riccio E.F. Geography and logistics in International Trade: modern understanding (original in English)// Geography and Tourism, Issue 6. - 2010, p. 43-38.
84.Rudneva M.G. Clusters as an object of international (regional) studies// Geography and Tourism, Issue 6. - 2010, p. 76-79.
85.Rudneva M.G. Functional structure of viticulture-wine cluster of the Crimea: geographic aspects// Geography and Tourism, Issue 11, - 2011, p. 164-171.
86.Rudneva M.G. Modern state of world viticulture-wine complex: geographic aspects// Geography and Tourism, Issue 19. - 2012, p. 267-275.
87.Rymarenko M.O. Problems of definition and assessment of political globalization»// Geography and Tourism, issue 5. - 2010, p. 165-169.
88. Sasko N.V. Spatial analysis and socio-geographical interpretation of the global innovation index// Geography and Tourism,25. – 2013, p.294-300.
89.Savchuk I.G. Geo-economic effects usage in research of export oriented economy// geography and Tourism, Issue 13. - 2011, p. 203-208.
90.Savchuk I.G. Theoretic aspects of geographic research of international ferry// Geography and tourism, Issue 11. - 2011, p. 91-95.
91. Sergienko O.P. Peculiarities of Globalization in MENA region// Geography and Tourism,24. - 2013,p. 191-197.
92.Shiyan D.V. GIS research of morbidity of population in old industrial regions (Kryvbass region case study)// geography and Tourism, Issue 16. - 2011, p. 207-217.
93.Shmatok O.V. Agrologistic in Ukraine// Geography and tourism, issue 18. - 2012, p. 214-221.
94.Shmatok O.V. Prospects of Ukrainian agro-logistics integration into international trade logistics// Geography and Tourism, Issue 27. - 2014, p. 237-243.
95.Shukanov P.V., Logvyn M.M. Globalization processes and post-industrial society development// Geography and Tourism, Issue 18. – 2010, p. 192-198
96.Slyvka R.D. Faild states Index usage in conflicts investigation in Black Sea, Read Sea and Mediterranean regions// Geography and Tourism// issue 10. - 2010, p. 90-97.
97.Slyvka R.R. Buffer position of Ukraine: similarity and conflicts of great powers interests in Central and East Europe// Geography and Tourism, Issue 15. - 2011, p. 195-202.
98.Slyvka R.R. Influence of international conflicts on geopolitical situation of Ukraine// Geography and Tourism, Issue 3. - 2010, p. 127-134
99.Slyvka R.R., Slyvka L.V. Impact of border conflicts on transformation of life style in the disputable territories// geography and Tourism, issue 217. - 2012, p. 218-225.
100.Smal V.V. Key factors of structural changes of the developed countries’ economy// Geography and tourism, Issue 5. - 2010, p. 152-159
101.Smal V.V. Key models of postindustrial development of EU countries: methods and results of research// Geography and Tourism, Issue 12. - 2011, p. 123-133.
102.Smal V.V. Knowledge economy development in Ukraine and EU: comparative analysis// Geography and Tourism, Issue 22. – 2012, p. 203-2011.
103.Smal V.V. Spatial statistical analysis of high technology export EU countries case study// Issue 10. – 2010, p. 76-86.
104.Smal V.V. Tertiarization of Ukraine economy: comparison with European Union countries// Geography and tourism, issue 13, - 2011, p. 194-203.
105.Smal V.V. The role of service sector in postindustrial society: organization of economic cooperation and development case study// Geography and Tourism, Issue 4. - 2010, p. 181-188.
106.Smyrnov I.G. Baltic-Black Sea logistical integration system and role of Ukraine// Geography and Tourism, Issue 15. - 2011, p. 202-211.
107.Smyrnov I.G. Development of logistics in NAFTA countries// Geography and Tourism, Issue 5. – 2010, p. 120-148.
108.Smyrnov I.G., Prosvirnina E.O. Logistics and international terrorism: the plane of the confrontation// geography and Tourism, Issue 20. - 2012, p. 204-212.
109. Sopov D.S. City lands in land management system (Lugansk region case study)/ Geography and Tourism, Issue 26. – 2013, p. 230-239.
110.Stafiychuk V., Dranyk D., Rymarenko M., Shepetukha O. History of country studies at geography faculty of Taras Shevchenko National university of Kyiv (1960-2005)// Geography and Tourism, Issue 1. - 2007, p. 125-129.
111.Stafiychuk V.I. Spatial patterns of political geography authorship in Ukraine 1990-2012// Geography and Tourism, Issue27. - 2014, p. 184-192.
112.Stafiychuk V.I. International organizations as political globalization actors// Geography and tourism, issue 16. - 2011, p. 181-189.
113.Stafiychuk V.I. Political geographical analysis of Ukraine and Russia development strategies// Geography and Tourism, Issue 22. - 2012, p. 211-218.
114.Stafiychuk V.I. Political globalization as a constituent part of world system creation// issue 10. – 2010, pp. 71-76
115.Stafiychuk V.I. Ukrainian nation in a globalizing world// geography and Tourism, Issue 27. - 2012, p. 225-233
116.V.I., Kovalevich L.V. Analysis of approaches to the typology of secessionism// Geography and Tourism, Issue 28. - 2014, p.163-169.
117.Stashchuk Yu.V. Interstate border contradictions as an object of area studies// Geography and Tourism, Issue 6. - 2010, p. 42-45.
118. Suprun Yu. G., Smyrnov I.G. Countries of North Europe in projects of transport logistics infrastructure development in European Union// Geography and Tourism, Issue 23. - 2012, p. 265-276.
119.Sytnyk O.I. Zavallya as typical area of old industrial regions of Central Ukraine: operation, challenges, optimization ways// Geography and Tourism, Issue 21. - 2012, p. 167-178.
120.Torushanko V.P. Social and cultural aspects of multiethnic society of region development// Geography and Tourism, Issue 26, - 2013, p. 196-202.
121.Tsygura V.V. Rural areas as an object of human geographic research// Geography and Tourism, Issue 20. - 2012, p. 262-268.
122.Vavryniv L.A. Quality of life as a factor of social behavior of Ternopil region population// Geography and Tourism, Issue 24. - 2013, p. 204-214
123.Volovyk V.M. Demographic situation and migration activities of periphery districts population (Kyiv region case study)// Geography and tourism, issue 16. - 2011, p. 200-207.
124.Volovyk V.M. Formation of Polish culture landscapes in Podillya townships// Geography and Tourism, Issue 15. - 2011, p. 242-249.
125.G.S. Geopolitical aspects of Kurdish conflict// Geography and Tourism, Issue 11. – 2010, p. 101-108.
126.Voronin I.M. Levels of informatization process in Ukraine: social and geographic aspect// Geography and Tourism, Issue 17. - 2012, p. 238-247.
127.Yatsenko B.P. Contemporary problems of research in Regional Geography// Geography and Tourism, Issue 1. - 2007, p. 122-125.
128.Yatsenko B.P. Establishment of Regional Geography and Tourism Chair// Geography and Tourism, Issue 5. – 2010, p.9-13
129.Yatsenko B.P. Problems of scientific research of geographical country studies (beginning of XXI century) // issue 5- 2010, p. 92-97.
130.Zapotockiy S.P. Economic mechanisms of region competitiveness// Geography and Tourism, Issue 18. - 2012, p. 252-257
131.Zastavetska L.B. Principles and mechanisms of new territorial communities formation and functioning of initial settlement systems// Geography and Tourism, Issue 25. - 2013, p. 273-282.
132.Zastavetska L.B. Spatial organization of settlement systems: key regularities and principles// geography and Tourism, Issue 24. - 2013, p. 197-204.
133.Zub Ya.O., Smyrnov I.G. Social economic and financial challenges of Euro zone: geographic dimension// geography and Tourism, Issue 23. - 2012, p. 243-250.
134.Zubyk A.I. Ethno-geographic processes among Ukrainians in Russia// Geography and Tourism, Issue 27. - 2014, p. 199-209.


 TOURISM
Lyubitseva O., Kiptenko V. Geography of tourism: EVOLUTION OF academic discourse IN Ukraine
Transformation of social life in Ukraine during the last decades causes changes in the approaches to tourism, in academic domain, in particular. Recent international communications on the geography of tourism in Ukraine, however, lacks detailed presentation of concepts and their logics. The discourse investigation questioning the concepts evolution lifts the veil on the Ukrainian academicians’ elaborations in geography of tourism and its role in the core of tourism studies – tourismology – idea.
Key words: geography of tourism, the core of tourism studies, tourismology, Ukraine.
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Liubitseva O. TOURISM MARKET AND TOURISM EDUCATION IN UKRAINE
Purpose: The article deals with the problem of training for tourism professionals of the market of tourist services at all stages of its development in Ukraine.
The main methods used in the study is the analysis and synthesis of the processes that took place in the tourist market and in the tourism education. In the analysis of the market and the educational processes at each of the selected stages of development used methods of statistical information processing and graph-analytical methods of its presentation.
Results. In this article, based on my own experience and the formation of long-term observations of the tourist market and the development of educational tourism in the country, divided into three stages: І stage is characterized Soviet or planned tourism management with a predominance of active and cultural and educational. Poorly differentiated offer in tourism did not require specially trained professionals and their amount. Because small existing network of universities in general meet the needs of this sector of activity; ІІ phase or stage of active formation of the tourist market, possibly carried out precisely because they have already started to form the system of training of all skill levels, who were able to meet the needs of an emerging market, differentiated offer, form the basis of market relations between the subjects of the tourist market. Universities train personnel who can create and implement a tourism product of mass consumption; ІІІ the current stage of the author proposes to define since 2004, when the system was implemented standardization education industry is rapidly developing a network of universities, training staff for tourism, and stabilization of the tourist market. The author emphasizes that the development of tourism is largely based on the efforts of universities to prepare tourist shots that not only train specialists, but also conduct research in the field of tourism. The author determines the direction of development of the tourism education. The author shows the role of the geographical component in the preparation of specialists in tourism at all stages of the training.
Scientific novelty of the paper is in correlation analysis of market processes and training. The article emphasizes the need to enhance the synthesis of knowledge of various sciences and the presence of the basis for the formation of tourismology, as well as increased diversity due to the practice of tourism activities.
The practical significance is in the ordering information on the development of the tourism education in Ukraine and lighting processes that occur in the activities of higher education institutions, training staff for tourism in order to strengthen ties with the government tourism and travel business. Training must be consistent with the strategic outlook for the tourism market and to rely on innovative technologies.
Keywords: tourism market, tourism education, geography of tourism

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 Dmytruk O., Petlina D., Motuzenko O. REVENUE MANAGEMENT METHODS AND THEIR EFFECTIVENESS IN UKRAINIAN AND RUSSIAN HOSPITALITY MARKETS

This paper studies different methods of Revenue Management, analyzes how applicable and effective they are in Ukrainian and Russian hospitality markets. Reviewed the concept of "Revenue Management".
Keywords: revenue management; pricing optimization
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Smyrnov I. MARKETING-MIX OF SUSTAINABLE TOURISM (ON EXAMPLE OF NATIONAL NATURE PARK (NNP) “SYNEWYR”)

Disclouser of sustainable tourism marketing-mix pecularities on example of National Nature Park (NNP) «Synevyr». Classical marketing-mix method developed by J. McCarthy. Alternitive marketing-mix method proposed by B. Loterbol. Marketing-mix of sustainable tourism worked out by the author and applied to NNP «Synevyr». Original variant of sustainable tourism marketing-mix was proposed by the author in the paper and applied to NNP «Synevyr». So appropriate for NNP «Synevyr» conditions tourist product policy, price policy, communication and promotion policy, as well as distribution policy were worked out. Scientific novelty of the paper lies in the fact that for the first time original marketing-mix of sustainable tourism was formulated, modelled and pictured as scheme as well as applied to NNP «Synevyr» with defining its tourist products, price, promotion and distribution policies. Proposed in the paper original model of sustainable tourism marketing-mix has huge practical significance for tourist business in general and for NNP «Synevyr» especially as it allows to develop tourist product, price, promotion and distribution policies of tourism development in Carpathian region of Ukraine.

Keywords: classical marketing-mix, alternative marketing-mix, sustainable tourism marketing-mix, NNP «Synevyr´s» marketing policy.

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Doan P. SPATIAL differentiation of tourism activity in Ukraine

The main goal of the article is to reveal spatial patterns of tourism activity in Ukraine. We used both — general scientific and interdisciplinary methods of research. Among first group those were literature review, analysis and synthesis, generalization and formalization etc. Major results were obtained using interdisciplinary methods: mathematical, statistical, visualization approaches. We disclosed high concentration of tourist activity in Ukraine. Besides spatial disorder, our study revealed probable functioning of black market. We also exuded main centres of tourism activity, tourism mobility and productivity of labour in tourism. This study is the first attempt to analyse spatial patterns of tourist activity in Ukraine on the level of districts and cities of regional significance. Analysis of basic indexes (income, employment and productivity) founds the most essential peculiarities of local tourism development. The detailed research of real situation with tourism on local level serves further assessment on necessary improvements in legislative, organizational, spatial, business and other components of tourism activity.

Key words and phrases: tourism activity, income from tourist companies, employment in tourism, productivity of tourism, index of tourism consumption, spatial differentiation of tourism

REGIONAL AND HUMAN GEOGRAPHY: TOPICAL ISSUES
 
Yatsenko B. CONTEMPORARY TRENDS OF POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY

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Key words: political geography, geopolitics, political-geographic regional and international studies, electoral geography, concept of geographic places, power.

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Braychevskyy Y. DECIDING ON NATO: A NECESSARY STEP OR A PREMATURE MOVE?

This previously unpublished text has been prepared for the conference on Ukraine – European Union relations (“Ukraine and EU Members or Neighbours?”) held by Kyiv Mohyla Academy in Kyiv in 2008. Although, over the six following years, the social context became rather outdated, we believe that the recent events of Maidan-2014 and the following conflict in the East of Ukraine bring the ideas expressed in the paper from hypothetical to practical dimension. Therefore, we offer this text as a retrospective clue for better understanding of Ukraine’s political outburst of 2014.

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Adamovych Z. TYPOLOGY OF COUNTRIES ON THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY DEVELOPMENT
 The purpose of this article is countries typology on the knowledge economy development. The method of cluster analysis is the core of this research. In particular, the method k-means clustering was used for the typology. Knowledge assessment methodology developed by the World Bank, is a comparative tool formed by the four knowledge economy pillars. The clusters are analyzed by the 4 Knowledge Economy pillars: Economic Incentive and Institutional Regime, Education, Innovation, Information and Communications Technologies. Based on the twelve main indicators of knowledge economy it has been selected 6 cluster groups with different levels of knowledge economy. Particular attention should be paid to the sixth cluster with the highest level of knowledge economy. Based on their national policies and strategies the countries of other clusters, especially the fifth cluster with the lowest level of knowledge economy, should make significant changes to achieve the appropriate level. Ukraine some other post-socialist countries form the fourth cluster with highly education level and extremely low level of Economic Incentive and Institutional Regime. Countries typology on the knowledge economy development has not been conducted in a scientific field yet. The main result of this research is indentation the group with the similar features of the knowledge economy development. The research helps to identify the strengths and weaknesses in the knowledge economy development of individual countries which further leads to right policy regarding the knowledge economy.
 Keywords: typology, Knowledge economy, KAM,cluster
 References:
 1. Munshi Naser Ibne Afzal, Roger Lawrey. Investigating World Bank Knowledge Assessment Methodology (KAM) using Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA): A study in ASEAN region. – The International Journal’s research Journal of Science & IT Management.// https://www.theinternationaljournal.org/ojs/index.php?journal=rjitsm&;page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=1305
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Plakhotnik M. GLOBAL TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME: KEY FLOWS AND MARKETS

This paper aims to explore the spatial patterns of transnational organized crime under the conditions of globalization. The available data of UN Office on Drugs and Crime and website www.havocscope.com provide for estimates of the world black market value by comparing the total value of 50 contraband products and illegal activities with the total value of criminal markets in 93 countries. The information is subject to limitations of the incomplete data, differences in calculation, and exaggeration of the problems for political and financial motives, and reflects the nature of the “black market”. The spatial analysis of the key "black markets", however, identifies the main illicit flows by types of illegal activities. The values of illegal economic activities as a percentage of GDP and per capita calculated for 93 countries of the world based the first mapping attempt, which confirms that transnational organized crime today is really a global problem, especially in poor and conflict-ridden countries. Notable feature shows that the major illicit flows go to, and/or emanate from major economic powers like G8 or BRIC. The research of component and territorial structure of the global "black market", thus, is essential for the development of effective national and international policies in the fight against transnational organized crime.

Key words: transnational organized crime, illicit flows, illegal economic activities, black market

References:
1. Reuter, P., and C. Petrie, eds. Transnational Organized Crime: Summary of a Workshop (National Academy Press Washington, DC, 1999) – http://www.nap.edu/catalog/9631.html.
2. James O. Finckenauer. Meeting the Challenge of Transnational Crime // Crime & Justice International: January – 2001. Vol# 17 - Issue# 48 – http://www.cjimagazine.com/archives/cjiab99.html?id=177.
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5. UNODC, World Drug Report 2011. 6. UNODC, Estimating illicit financial flows resulting from drug trafficking and other transnational organized crimes, 2011. 7. Havocscope Black Market - Crime Info & Statistics – http://www.havocscope.com/.
 

INFORMATION ABOUT AUTHORS
1.Adamovych Zoriana – postgraduate, Regional studies and tourism chair, Department of Geography, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine.
2.Braychevskyy Yulian – candidate of geography sciences, associate professor, assistant professor of Regional studies and tourism chair, Department of Geography, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine.
3.Dmytruk Oleksandr – doctor of geography, Ph.D., professor, Head of Geography of Ukraine chair, Department of Geography, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukrainе.
4.Doan Pavlo postgraduate, Regional studies and tourism chair, Department of Geography, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine.
5.Liubitseva Olga doctor of geography, Ph.D., professor, Head of Regional studies and tourism chair, Department of Geography, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukrainе
6.Kiptenko Victoriacandidate of geography sciences, associate professor, assistant professor of Regional studies and tourism chair, Department of Geography, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine.
7.Koroma Nataliacandidate of geography sciences, assistant of Regional studies and tourism chair, Department of Geography, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. Kyiv, Ukraine.
8.Motuzenko Olena candidate of geography sciences, associate professor, assistant professor of Geography of Ukraine chair, Department of Geography, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine.
9.Petlina Daryna – postgraduate, Geography of Ukraine chair, Department of Geography, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine.
10.Plakhotnik Maksym – postgraduate, Regional studies and tourism chair, Department of Geography, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine.
11.Stafiychuk Valentincandidate of geography sciences, associate professor, assistant professor of Regional studies and tourism chair, Department of Geography, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine.
12.Smyrnov Igor doctor of geography, Ph.D., professor, professor of Regional studies and tourism chair, Department of Geography, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukrainе.
13.Yatsenko Boris doctor of geography, Ph.D., professor, professor of Regional studies and tourism chair, Department of Geography, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukrainе.



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