Travel Motivations of Seniors: A Review and a Meta-Analytical Assessment

@inproceedings{Patuelli2016TravelMO,
  title={Travel Motivations of Seniors: A Review and a Meta-Analytical Assessment},
  author={Roberto Patuelli and Peter Nijkamp},
  year={2016}
}
Over the past decades, leisure travel has become in creasingly popular in older segments of the world population, as a consequence of global factor s such as a rise in life expectancy, improved health conditions, a higher disposable inc ome, and increased availability of discretionary time in retirement age. Consequently, researchers have become more interested in studying the motivations for travel of seniors. A number of questions may be raised or have been addressed in the recent past: What… CONTINUE READING

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