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  • The « Magic of the Mall » : an analysis of form, function, and meaning in the contemporary retail built environment
  • Consumer behaviour ; Consumption ; Perception of the urban environment ; Retail trade ; Semiotics of space ; Shopping centre ; Social space ; Spatial system ; United States ; Urban area ; Urban landscape
  • Shopping is the most important contemporary social activity. Developers and designers of the retail built environment exploit the power of place and an intuitive understanding of the structuration of space to facilitate consumption. They manipulate
  • shoppers' behavior through the configuration of space, and design a symbolic landscape. These strategies are examined to obtain an understanding of how the retail built environment works.
  • 1993
  • Changes in the structure of food retail and wholesale: effects on energy demand
  • Consumer behaviour ; Energy consumption ; Finland ; Food product ; Marketing channel ; Model ; Retail trade ; Spatial choice ; Storage site ; Trade ; Wholesale trade
  • 1993
  • The spatial structure of commercial rents by retailing and the changes of land value. An empirical study of the Osaka Metropolitan area
  • Honshu ; Japan ; Land value ; Location ; Osaka ; Rent ; Retail trade
  • This paper has three purposes. The first is to estimate rent on retail activities by means of available statistics. The second is to illustrate its spatial organization in an urban area within the framework of location theory. The third
  • 1993
  • Economic sector ; Ecuador ; Gender difference ; Informal sector ; Market ; Quito ; Retail trade
  • An interview study of vendors at Calle Ipiales, Quito's largest retail market, shows that gender differences are significant in the conditions of the enterprise. Female vendors are more restricted than their male counterparts because of their double
  • 1993
  • Commercial infrastructure ; Consumption ; Demographic change ; Household consumption ; Netherlands (The) ; Retail trade
  • The objective of this study is to provide an insight into the consequences of households developments for the level and the direction of retail expenditures in post-war neighbourhoods built between 1945 and 1970. In order to gain this insight
  • , geographic research into processes of population change in these early post-war neighbourhoods was linked with planning research into changes in the population threshold commanded by retailing facilities. - (AGD)
  • 1993
  • Bamako ; Bank ; Colonization ; Mali ; Retail trade ; Trade ; Urban function
  • 1993
  • Consumer behaviour ; Location ; Market area ; Retail trade ; Transport cost ; Trip
  • 1993
  • Economic activity ; Economic sector ; Informal sector ; Itinerant trade ; Labour ; Marketing ; Peru ; Retail trade ; Societal relations ; Street
  • The nature of the various and diverse linkages that bind informal traders in Peru to the institutional, economic, and social contexts in which they work and live is examined. It is argued that informality in Peru must be conceptualizeed
  • 1993
  • A non-gaussian time series analysis of rural retail business counts
  • Demand ; Forecast;Prediction ; Local economy ; Nevada ; Poisson process ; Retail trade ; Rural area ; Rural community ; Statistics ; Time series ; United States
  • 1993
  • A partitioning model of urban retail structure
  • Centrality ; City size ; Commercial infrastructure ; Competition ; Forecast ; Market ; Market area ; Mathematical model ; New York State ; Retail trade ; Store ; United States ; Urban system
  • 1993
  • A monitoring and locational decision support system for retail activity
  • Commercial attraction ; Decision ; Location ; Location choice ; Market area ; Retail trade ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial interaction ; Supermarket;Store;Hypermarket
  • 1993
  • Retail rents and market areas
  • Consumer behaviour ; Economic cost ; Land rent ; Location ; Market area ; Profit maximization ; Retail trade ; Spatial analysis ; Transport cost
  • 1993
  • Inner city ; Location ; Retail trade ; Spatial concentration ; Spatial structure ; Specialization ; Syria ; Trade ; Urban function
  • 1993
  • Itinerant trade ; Lubumbashi ; Market ; Retail trade ; Shaba ; Socio-economic system ; Town ; Zaire
  • 1993
  • European Union ; Fair ; Food product ; Food trade ; France ; Ile-de-France ; Itinerant trade ; Nineteenth Century ; Paris ; Periodic market ; Professional training ; Retail trade ; Tradesman ; Twentieth Century ; Woman
  • 1993
  • Central places ; Centrality ; Consumer behaviour ; Location ; Market area ; Property right ; Retail trade ; Shop ; Shopping centre ; Urban planning
  • consumer search costs. Constraints on entry in the planned hierarchy will result in higher turnover rates in a less regulated non-hierarchical sector of retailing. Examples from Canberra and Edmonton.
  • 1993
  • China ; Market ; Periodic market ; Regional economy ; Retail trade ; Shandong
  • 1993
  • Automated mapping ; France ; Haute-Normandie ; Location ; Retail trade ; Rouen ; Service ; Urban agglomeration
  • 1993
  • Central places ; Centrality ; Competition ; Market ; Market area ; Model ; Retail trade ; Spatial economy ; Spatial interaction ; Spatial system
  • 1993
  • Informal sector ; Retail trade ; Service ; Town ; Zaire
  • 1993