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Own brands in food retailing across Europe
This paper reviews the issues surrounding the growth and development of own brands across Europe within the food retailing industry. Current estimates of their market share is made for each WesternExpand
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Location decision-making in retail firms: evolution and challenge
Purpose – The paper has three objectives: first, to reflect on the contribution of this journal to the study of retail location assessment and decision-making; second, to use the results of aExpand
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Perceptions and practices of innovation in retailing: Challenges of definition and measurement
– The purposes of this paper are to develop a more complete understanding both of the characteristics of innovation within retail firms and of the ways in which retailers perceive innovation andExpand
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Perspectives on retail format innovation: relating theory and practice
Purpose: neither retail formats nor business models are static entities. Retailers develop new formats, manage existing formats and discard formats over time, as a consequence of many contributoryExpand
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eCommerce: a critical review
The nature and future of electronic commerce is considered. Four areas of the new economy and its affects on retailers are explained; first the extent to which the emergence of new electronicExpand
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Assessing the Productivity of the UK Retail Sector
Several recent comparative studies have shown a labour productivity gap in respect of UK retailing when compared with other countries, notably France and the USA. This article seeks to identify,Expand
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Growth without profit: explaining the internet transaction profitability paradox
It has been frequently reported that a major problem of Internet business models is that they lack transaction profitability. The difficulty does not appear to be with the number of transactionsExpand
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Knowledge management, organisational learning and memory in UK retail network planning
The forecasting of sales from potential store development opportunities is typically supported by quantitative modelling techniques, which vary in their sophistication and practical applicationExpand
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Charting the multi‐channel future: retail choices and constraints
Whilst the events of 2000 and 2001 would appear to have reduced significantly the attractiveness of e-commerce as a viable source of revenue growth for retailers, writing off electronic distributionExpand
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Leveraging locational insights within retail store development? Assessing the use of location planners’ knowledge in retail marketing
The retail geography literature has long recognised the importance of spatial and catchment analysis to inform decision-making relating to store development. However, less attention has been directedExpand
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