Retailing: The evolution and development of retailing

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Taylor & Francis, 2002 - Retail trade - 520 pages
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Contents

the domain of retailing
1
Relationships between retail businesses strategy
7
The evolution and development of retailing
19
some challenges for management
29
Internationalization of retailing operations J A Dawson
38
The emergence of costbased strategies in retailing
47
Alternatives for growth and internationalization in retailing
56
ecommerce 365
57
Retail restructuring and the strategic significance of food
240
Marketplace trading and the transformation of retail
246
Financial and property environment
247
Concepts in comparative retailing E W Cundiff
256
The retail life cycle W R Davidson A D Bates
264
Applying evolutionary models to the retail sector K Davies
278
Numbers of shops and productivity in retail distribution
279
some preliminary
284

the geography of an image J H Bird
59
Next revolution in retailing A F Doody and W R Davidson
63
The outletoffprice shopping centre as a retailing innovation
66
a call
75
The Carrefour Group the first 25 years 5 Bun
78
The internationalisation of retailing W J Salmon
82
Trends in largescale retailing M P McNair
105
the Southland
117
writing the history of American
118
The retail revolution the earless shopper and disadvantage
135
Theories of retail change
145
Relationships between retailers and other businesses
155
the implications
160
A theory of channel control L P Bucklin
175
Controls over the development of large stores in Japan
180
changing buyersupplier relationships within
191
Regulation retailing and consumption T Marsden
194
Rethinking retail capital K Ducatel and N Blomley
197
Emerging markets
209
The move to administered vertical marketing systems
216
IIb Macro theories of retail development
219
Power measurement in the distribution channel
229
Are store brands perceived to be just another brand?
286
a comprehensive model
294
the property market and the growth
303
the case of Shanghai A Goldman
310
The wheel of retailing S C Hollander
314
the main economic issues
317
Notes on the retail accordion S C Hollander
322
Sunk capital the property crisis and the restructuring
328
the example
333
beyond the wheel
334
new laws of retail gravitation which define
349
From suq to supermarket in Tunis J M Miossec
350
The changing High Street J A Dawson
375
an analysis of form function
392
Retail location theory the legacy of Harold Hotelling
395
inventory and prospect
414
Eureka in Edina Minnesota
434
New laws of retail gravitation P D Converse
447
A retail market potential model T R Lakshmanan
456
A stated choice model of sequential mode and destination
471
Index 441
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