Emigrants' motivation business model for intention to participate in the Malaysia My Second Home program
- BusinessInternational Journal of Services and Operations Management
In the modern days of advancement, people prefer to migrate from one country to another for change in lifestyle and better prospects in social, cultural, economic and environmental standards. The…
International Second Home Retirement Motives in Malaysia: Comparing British and Japanese Retirees
Generally, the international second home (ISH) retirement develops from the need for better life quality of the aging population globally. “Malaysia My Second Home” (MM2H) is an ISH scheme that aims…
‘Malaysia My Second Home’ (MM2H): Retirees’ motivations, satisfaction, and post-satisfaction intentions / Wong Kee Mun
‘Malaysia My Second Home’ is an international retirement migration (IRM) programme aimed at attracting the lucrative retiree market to choose Malaysia as their residence. Despite the widely…
THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL INNOVATION
Although trade costs for both sellers and buyers can be reduced through the usage of ecommerce, however low transfer costs and global competition cause that the e-bookstores to have to maintain their…
Malaysia's My Second Home (MM2H) Programme: An examination of Malaysia as a destination for international retirees
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Turkey has been among the most preferred countries by foreigners for purchasing a "second home" (SH) since the beginning of the 2000s. Th is explorative and descriptive study aims to determine the…
The development of Nihonmachi in Indonesia through culture, politics, and industry in Cikarang, Bekasi
This research is a continuation of research on Nihonmachi in Indonesia that is previously done in Blok M, Jakarta. It is done by looking at the economic relation between Japan and Indonesia and the…
Title Issues in healthcare services in Malaysia as experienced byJapanese retirees
There are four crucial healthcare issues among Japanese retirees; ‘language barriers,’ ‘trust and distrust of healthcare services’, ‘word-of-mouth information’ and ‘nursing and palliative care’.
International retirement migration revisited: From amenity seeking to precarity migration?
International retirement migration has become a multifaceted field of research since the end of the twentieth century. The term refers to mobilities in old age to other countries, upon reaching…
Old age facilities for German-speaking people in Thailand – a new facet of international migration in old age
- EconomicsJournal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
ABSTRACT This article examines old age facilities in Thailand catering to people from German-speaking countries. These institutionalised spaces of age(ing) in the ‘Global South’ represent a new facet…
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Farewell to Nippon: Japanese Lifestyle Migrants in Australia
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Tourism and international retirement migration: New forms of an old relationship in southern Europe
This paper examines the relationship between retirement migration and tourism in terms of the changing nexus of social relationships that are implicit in international mobility. Three main themes are…
Ageing and transnational householding: Japanese retirees in Southeast Asia
The provision of elderly care in Japan has long been dependent on female family members. However, because of the rise in the number of delayed marriages, the increase in divorce and non-marriage and…
Tourism and migration: New relationships between production and consumption
There is weak conceptualization of the differentiation between migration and tourism, which has contributed to relative neglect of the relationships between these. This paper examines some of the…
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