Experimental choice analysis of shopping strategies

@inproceedings{Leszczyc1995ExperimentalCA,
  title={Experimental choice analysis of shopping strategies},
  author={Peter T. L. Popkowski Leszczyc and Harry Timmermansa},
  year={1995}
}
Recent changes in retail structure have created additional ways for consumers to organize their shopping trips. This study examines the prevalence of different shopping strategies and the impact of managerial decisions related to pricing, promotions, service, and assortment on the choice of shopping strategy. A conjoint choice model is developed to address these questions. The model differs from most previous conjoint choice models in retailing in that it incorporates the similarity of… CONTINUE READING

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