Advances in Hospitality and Leisure, Volume 3 (Advances in by Joseph S Chen

By Joseph S Chen

"Advances in Hospitality and Leisure", a peer-review serial released each year, provides clean insights of a number of medical reviews concerning hospitality, relaxation, and tourism whereas delivering a discussion board to stimulate discussions on modern concerns and rising tendencies necessary to concept development in addition to specialist practices from a world viewpoint. the focus of this sequence is to reveal the leading edge equipment of inquiry to be able to encourage new examine themes which are very important and feature been in huge ignored. The sequence makes an attempt to deal with the wishes of the population prepared to disseminating seminal rules, thoughts and theories derived from scholarly investigations. capability readers may well retrieve priceless texts assisting define new study agendas, recommend workable issues for a dissertation paintings, and increase the data of the hot topics of studying.

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The 2001 position of baby boomers illustrates the progress of this generation into their senior years while the pre-war generation shows evidence of a decline in numbers. By 2031 there will be very few remaining pre-war generation members, baby boomers numbers will be declining and generation X’s will have commenced retiring in significant numbers. The significance of Fig. 1 is the depiction of the reduction in the numbers of the pre-war generation over time. The rate of decline will accelerate during the decade 2001–2010.

2 indicates that a product gap (not to scale) will emerge if the destination fails to develop new products and services to attract the baby boomer generation. This effect commenced in a small way in 2001 as baby boomers begin to retire and the number of prewar generation members able to travel began to decline. At the point where 50 BRUCE PRIDEAUX Number of seniors Curve 2 Baby boomer generation tourism product cycle Emergence of a product gap commencing from 2001 Curve 1 Pre-war generation tourism product cycle Time in years 2001 Fig.

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