Globalization and Development Strategy for the China Tourism Industry: The Case of Inner Mongolia

By Xinjiletu Yang, Kuan-Chou Chen and Weihong Han.

Published by The Global Studies Journal

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In the past 20 years, tourism has had rapid growth and has become a new and prosperous industry in China. Inner Mongolia is one of tourism destinations with unique combination of cultural and nature resources. Those unique tourism resources have attracted a great deal of international tourists into the area and merge Inner Mongolia into globalization era. This paper reviewed the past and current development status of the tourism industry in Inner Mongolia China, found out the problems prohibiting the sustainable development of the industry, analyzed impacts of globalization on the industry in order to bring forward the development strategy for the tourism industry in Inner Mongolia under the new round of globalization.

Keywords: China, Tourism Industry, Inner Mongolia, Globalization Development

Global Studies Journal, Volume 1, Issue 4, pp.11-20. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 591.041KB).

Xinjiletu Yang

Associate Professor, School of Management, Inner Mongolia University of Technology, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, China

Xinjiletu “Bill” Yang Director of International program The MBA Educational Center and The School of Management Inner Mongolia University of Technology

Dr. Kuan-Chou Chen

Department Head, Department of Information Systems, School of Management, Purdue University Calumet, Hammond, IN, USA

Kuan C. Chen is Department Head of Department of Information Systems at Purdue University Calumet. His primary teaching responsibilities are in database management, computer programming, e-business, decision support systems, knowledge management, project management, and system analysis and design. Research interests are focused on the system management, network design and security, instructional design for information technology training, data mining, system dynamics, information technology economics of information systems, and applications of neural networks to network design. In his consulting career, he specialized in database design and management, information technology project evaluation and feasibility studies, web site planning and analysis, and networking planning and design. Prior to coming back academia, Dr. Chen worked as information analyst and project manager for four years. Dr. Chen received a 2005-2006 outstanding teaching award in Purdue University Calumet. Dr. Chen holds two doctoral degrees in Applied Economics and Hospitability Information Systems from the Michigan State University as well as a MBA degree in Management Sciences from National Cheng-Kung University at Taiwan. He has published numerous journal articles in information systems, decision support systems, data mining, instructional design, and systems thinking model. He is an active participant in several professional journals and serves on four journals reviewer boards. He has been taught at several universities: Lansing Community College, Purdue University West Lafayette, Bowling Green State University, IVY Tech State College, and Davenport University. He also was acting Department Head of Department of Accounting at Purdue University Calumet in 2006- 2007. Dr. Chen was nominated as a 2006 and 2007 outstanding scholar award in Purdue University Calumet.

Weihong Han

Associate Professor, School of Management, Inner Mongolia University of Technology, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, China


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