International E-Conference on Economy under S anctions 22 September 2013 . THE IMPACT OF SANCTIONS ON IRAN'S TOURISM Banafsheh M. Farahani and Maryam Shabani 1 Lecturer of Tourism Management, Maziar University, 2 MA Student of Tourism Management, Maziar University . INTRODUCTION.
THE IMPACT OF SANCTIONS ON IRAN'S TOURISMBanafsheh M. Farahaniand MaryamShabani1Lecturer of Tourism Management, Maziar University,2 MA Student of Tourism Management, Maziar University
Sanctions are defined as actions begun by one or more international actors against one or more other countries by two purposes that include punishing the targets by dispossessing them by some value and make the targets obey certain important norms based on the senders' assumptions.
Few articles addressed the tourism and sanctions due to the fact that sanctions imposed to third world countries (Myanmar, South Africa, Syria, Iran, etc) not to important tourist destination (France, US, China, Spain, Italy, UK, Turkey, Germany, Malaysia and Mexico)