Grouping Analysis of QCA for International Ecotourism Destinations in Cloud Computing Era of Geo-ecology

Authors

  • Heng Gao School of Public Administration Humanities and Arts Dalian Maritime University, Dalian 116000, Liaoning, China
  • Jia Lei Faculty of Forestry and Environment University Putra Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur 57000, Malaysia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4108/ew.4220

Keywords:

geo-ecology, cloud computing, ecotourism, QCA group analysis

Abstract

INTRODUCTION: The Internet era has made the world more closely connected, and ecotourism has also caught up with the Internet era of cloud computing, making more and more international ecotourism destinations in China known to the world. China's global ecotourism industry has made significant progress, but it needs to be better to construct international ecotourism destinations. Therefore, conducts the grouping analysis of QCA of international ecotourism destinations in the cloud computing era of geo-ecology.

OBJECTIVES: To improve the construction level of China's international ecotourism destinations and promote the in-depth development of China's global ecotourism; to solve the dilemma that China's ecotourism destinations are imperfectly constructed, and the brand can not go out; and to promote the enhancement of tourism concepts of international ecotourism destinations in the age of computers.

METHODS: Firstly, the feasibility analysis of international ecotourism destination construction in the cloud computing era is carried out by using QCA analysis and histogram analysis; secondly, the relevant QCA model is established to analyze the influencing factors of international ecotourism destination construction; lastly, the tripartite game model is utilized to explore the benefits of international ecotourism destinations for the residents, the government, and the enterprises.

RESULTS: The construction of international ecotourism destinations in China is feasible from the perspectives of functional spatial configuration, economic development, cultural tradition, and natural environment; the structure of international ecotourism destinations has an apparent positive driving effect on the construction sites; the tripartite game model shows that there are positive benefits not only for the residents, government, and enterprises but also for the related groups and tourists.

CONCLUSION: From the full text of the study, the construction of international ecotourism destinations has a significant driving effect on China's economy; however, the tourism industry in the era of cloud computing needs to be further standardized, and the construction of international ecotourism destinations should be strengthened.

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24-10-2023

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Gao H, Lei J. Grouping Analysis of QCA for International Ecotourism Destinations in Cloud Computing Era of Geo-ecology. EAI Endorsed Trans Energy Web [Internet]. 2023 Oct. 24 [cited 2024 Jun. 18];10. Available from: https://publications.eai.eu/index.php/ew/article/view/4220