The death and life of shopping malls: an empirical investigation on the dead malls in Greater Lisbon

  title={The death and life of shopping malls: an empirical investigation on the dead malls in Greater Lisbon},
  author={Daniela Ferreira and Daniel Paiva},
  journal={The International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research},
  pages={317 - 333}
Abstract At a moment when new retail formats are emerging and consumers are changing their preferences, it is vital to reflect on the existing shopping malls, which are being challenged in European cities. With their vitality endangered, many become dead malls, a phenomenon that has increased over recent years. With this in mind, the objective of this study is to explain the factors behind the proliferation of dead malls through an empirical analysis of the evolution of shopping malls in… 

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