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  • Retailing and urban managerialism: process and pattern in Łódź
  • Itinerant trade ; Location ; Management ; Market economy ; Poland ; Privatisation ; Retail trade ; Spatial competition ; Urban administration
  • The explanations of retail location in Polish cities have inadequalely explored causative processes. The concept of urban managerialism appears to be important. The paper focuses on the managers, or gatekeepers, who have laid down the rules
  • 1994
  • Competition ; New Zealand ; Retail trade ; Shopping area planning ; Shopping centre ; Store ; Urban planning
  • Shopping centres are examined in New Zealand and their impact on stand alone retailers is outlined. Planned centres affect the geographical direction of retailing and its nature in general. As major marketing outlets for national and international
  • 1994
  • Comparative study on retail trade tradition and innovation. Proceedings
  • Asia ; Congress ; Europe ; Innovation ; Periodic market ; Retail trade ; Tradition
  • 1994
  • Demographic structure ; Germany ; Planning ; Regional economy ; Regional planning ; Retail trade ; Settlement ; Territorial planning ; Thuringia ; Tourism
  • of Thuringia and the aims for regional planning. Selected problems as extensive retail trade, tourism, new traffic projects and waste were dealt with. - (IH)
  • 1994
  • Concentration of trade and its urban impact under capitalism and socialism: former West Germany (Hassfurt) and East Germany (Hildburghausen) compared
  • Commercial infrastructure ; Firm concentration ; Germany ; Retail trade ; Shopping area planning ; Shopping centre ; Small town ; Store
  • 1994
  • Centrality ; Graph ; Monte Carlo analysis ; Retail trade ; Service ; Simulation ; Spatial structure ; Store ; Urban infrastructure
  • by the nearest facility which has a larger size. Under these assumptions, they can represent the hierarchical structure of facilities in terms of a tree graph. They notice from the empirical study that the hierarchical structure of retail stores in Nishinomiya
  • 1994
  • Evolution of a retail market area: an event-history model of spatial diffusion
  • Consumer behaviour ; Diffusion ; Distance ; Market area ; Neighbourhood ; Retail trade ; Space time ; Spatial analysis ; Store
  • 1994
  • Brittany ; France ; Retail trade ; Supermarket
  • 1994
  • Bangkok ; Ethnic group ; Large city ; Retail trade ; Thailand ; Trade ; Wholesale trade
  • 1994
  • France ; Inner city ; Lyon ; Retail trade ; Rhône-Alpes ; University ; Urban district
  • 1994
  • Belgium ; Enquiry ; Entrepreneurship ; Immigrants ; International migration ; Liège ; Retail trade
  • 1994
  • Commercial infrastructure ; Consumer behaviour ; Consumption ; Economic restructuring ; Lisbon ; Location ; Outer conurbation area ; Portugal ; Retail trade ; Shopping centre ; Supermarket
  • 1994
  • Area of attraction ; Argentina ; Commercial infrastructure ; Inner city ; Inner-city area ; Mendoza ; Retail trade ; Shopping centre ; Town ; Trade ; Urban function
  • 1994
  • Central places ; Emigration ; Germany ; Regional disparities ; Regional economy ; Retail trade ; Saxony ; Social change
  • Germany and the European Union. The consequence is a high out-migration of inhabitants, especially among the active population. In order to determine the new position of settlement centres the trade interactions between local centres and their surroundings
  • 1994
  • Business cycle ; Construction industry ; Developed countries ; House building ; Housing market ; Liberalisation ; Real estate market ; Real estate property ; Retail trade ; United Kingdom ; Urban construction ; Urban economy
  • 1994
  • Community ; Government intervention ; Land ; London ; New York City ; Offices ; Real estate development ; Redevelopment ; Retail trade ; Urban development ; Urban district ; Urban economy ; Urban policy ; Urban renewal
  • 1994
  • Accessibility ; Competition ; Customers ; Germany ; Inner city ; Market economy ; Retail trade ; Saxony ; Shopping behaviour ; Shopping centre ; Shopping trip choice ; Suburbs ; Tradesman
  • 1994
  • Central places ; Consumption ; Retail trade ; Road traffic ; Suburbanization ; Transport ; Trip
  • 1994
  • Distribution of points ; Fitting ; Location ; Model ; Population density ; Population distribution ; Retail trade ; Spatial interaction ; Spatial statistics ; Statistics
  • 1994
  • Behaviour ; Consumer behaviour ; Distance ; Gravity model ; Retail trade ; Shopping centre ; Shopping trip choice ; Space time ; Spatial analysis ; Trip
  • 1994