Gabrijela Popović – Faculty of Applied Management, Economics and Finance, Jevrejska 24, Belgrade, Serbia
Miodrag Brzaković – Faculty of Applied Management, Economics and Finance, Jevrejska 24, Belgrade, Serbia
Darjan Karabašević – Faculty of Applied Management, Economics and Finance, Jevrejska 24, Belgrade, Serbia
Srđan Novaković – Faculty of Applied Management, Economics and Finance, Jevrejska 24, Belgrade, Serbia
Pavle Brzaković – Faculty of Applied Management, Economics and Finance, Jevrejska 24, Belgrade, Serbia
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The main intention of this paper is to emphasize the crucial tourism products that will contribute to the tourism development of the Republic of Serbia. With that aim, the Multiple-Criteria Decision-Making – MCDM approach is proposed based on the PIvot Pairwise RElative Criteria Importance Assessment – PIPRECIA and the Simple Weighted Sum Product – WISP methods. PIPRECIA method is applied for defining the criteria weights, while the WISP method is used for ranking the considered tourism products. The final results are reliable and the tourism product City break is emphasized as the one with the greatest potential.
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