Retail Redlining: Definition, Theory, Typology, and Measurement

@article{DRozario2005RetailRD,
  title={Retail Redlining: Definition, Theory, Typology, and Measurement},
  author={Denver D'Rozario and Jerome D. Williams},
  journal={Journal of Macromarketing},
  year={2005},
  volume={25},
  pages={175 - 186}
}
Retail redlining is a spatially discriminatory practice among retailers, of not serving certain areas, based on their ethnic-minority composition, rather than on economic criteria, such as the potential profitability of operating in those areas. Consequently, consumers in these areas often find themselves “vulnerable” because no other retailers will serve them, or they are exploited by other, often smaller, retailers who charge them higher prices and/or offer them inferior goods. What makes… Expand

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