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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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British high streets: from crisis to recovery? A comprehensive review of the evidence
In one of the most exhaustive evidence reviews into high streets, town centres and consumer habits ever conducted in Britain, researchers at the University of Southampton have highlighted thatExpand
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A survey into student nurses' attitudes towards mental illness: implications for nurse training.
This paper reports on a survey of attitudes to mental illness that was completed with a cohort of pre-registration nurses in 2007 in a large university in Essex. The background literature highlightsExpand
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Corporate Social Responsibility in Garment Sourcing Networks: Factory Management Perspectives on Ethical Trade in Sri Lanka
With complex buyer-driven global production networks and a labour-intensive manufacturing process, the fashion industry has become a focal point for debates on the social responsibility of business.Expand
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Adaptive resilience and the competition between retail and service agglomeration formats: an international perspective
ABSTRACT This paper investigates the competitive relationship between dominant urban agglomeration formats (traditional ‘evolved’ town centres and ‘created’ shopping malls) and the drivers ofExpand
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Convenience store location planning and forecasting – a practical research agenda
Purpose – This paper aims to compare the accepted techniques of location analysis in the food sector with the realities of “real world” forecasting in convenience store (c‐store) retailing. To offerExpand
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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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Multi-Scalar Localization and Capability Transference: Exploring Embeddedness in the Asian Retail Expansion of Tesco
Wood S., Coe N. M. and Wrigley N. Multi-scalar localization and capability transference: exploring embeddedness in the Asian retail expansion of Tesco, Regional Studies. This paper revisits the ‘firmExpand
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Revisiting the US food retail consolidation wave: regulation, market power and spatial outcomes
This paper revisits Neil Wrigley’s influential research that explored the corporate restructuring of the US food retail sector, which was characterised by a focus on the spatial implications ofExpand
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Socialisation of seconded healthcare assistants.
  • S. Wood
  • Medicine
  • Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great…
  • 1 November 2006
AIM To compare the clinical practice experiences of seconded healthcare assistants (HCAs) with four major socialisation concepts. METHOD The sample was comprised of eight seconded HCAs, all fromExpand
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