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    Risk perception prevention for international retirement migration 

    Munita Chootiraka; Suwaree Namwong (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017)

    This study attempts to fulfill the research gap concerning perceived risks of international retirement migration toward a tourism destination. The consequences of risk perception have influenced tourist behavior intention (Simpson, Cruz-Milan, & Gressel, 2014). Perceived risks reduction strategy helps to promote a destination image and trust (Cases, 2002; Kim, Qu, & Kim, 2009). Therefore, the research aim for this study is to seek for the answer to how to prevent risk perception for international retirement migration. To achieve the research ...