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A Literature Review On Management Of Supply And Distribution In The UK Online Grocery Retailing: A Resource-Based View

  title={A Literature Review On Management Of Supply And Distribution In The UK Online Grocery Retailing: A Resource-Based View},
  author={Marcia Mkansi and Baomin Qi and Gill Green},
Although much has been discovered about online grocery retailing of Asda, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Waitrose (ASTW) in the UK; research that provides a resource-based view (RBV) of stores and managerial capabilities advantages in supporting supply and distribution (SD necessitate further investigation; and indicate critical success factors to grocery e-retailing. 

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