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  • Enterprise ; Firm strategy ; Internationalization ; Investment ; Marketing channel ; Retail trade
  • Wal-Mart is the world's largest retailer. Its purchase of ASDA in 1999 illustrates the global scale of such modern retailing. The A. considers the implications of Wal-Mart's takeover of ASDA. The key drivers of that business success are analysed
  • . Its impact in Canada and Germany is examined. These considerations are placed in the context of theoretical discussions of retailing and the internationalisation of retailing.
  • 2001
  • Structural foundations for e-commerce adoption : a comparative organization of retail trade between Japan and the United States
  • Comparative study ; Consumer behaviour ; Japan ; Market ; Montréal ; Retail trade ; Technological innovation ; Trade ; United States of America
  • 2001
  • Retail structuring dynamics and the forces behind big-box retailing
  • Agglomeration ; Commercial infrastructure ; Consumer behaviour ; Economic restructuring ; Economies of scale ; Firm size ; Location ; Retail trade ; Spatial dynamics ; Structure of the firm ; United States of America
  • 2001
  • Invisible trade, invisible travellers : the Maputo Corridor Spatial Development Initiative and informal cross-border trading
  • Development axis ; Economic sector ; Informal sector ; Mozambique ; Retail trade ; Small firm ; South Africa ; Trans-border area
  • 2001
  • Bavaria ; Business district ; Cooperation ; Czech Republic ; Frontier ; Regional development ; Retail trade
  • The Czech-Bavarian borderland is an area of significant changes of the border functionality and impacts. The Czech borderland became, after the border opening, a business territory in the retail branch taking advantages of its good transit position
  • 2001
  • Retail restructuring in the Polish transitional economy
  • Economic restructuring ; Organization ; Poland ; Privatisation ; Regional disparities ; Retail trade ; Spatial autocorrelation ; Spatial distribution ; Supplying
  • 2001
  • Microgeographies of retailing and gentrification
  • Australia ; Consumption ; Gentrification ; Middle class ; New South Wales ; Retail trade ; Social class ; Sydney ; Urban area ; Urban district
  • 2001
  • A model of spatial patterns across local retail property markets in Great Britain
  • Demand ; Great Britain ; Market ; Model ; Real estate market ; Regression analysis ; Rent ; Retail trade ; Spatial analysis ; Statistics ; United Kingdom
  • 2001
  • The political management of change in urban retailing
  • Department store ; Market ; Regulation ; Retail trade ; Shopping centre ; Town ; Urban policy
  • 2001
  • Antwerpen ; Belgium ; Consumption ; Market ; Retail trade ; Shopping behaviour ; Urban geography
  • 2001
  • Area of attraction ; Behaviour ; Consumer behaviour ; Location ; Madrid ; Motivation ; Retail trade ; Shopping behaviour ; Shopping centre ; Spain
  • 2001
  • Congestion ; Consumer behaviour ; Location ; Retail trade ; Spatial economy ; Transport cost
  • 2001
  • Accessibility ; Flow ; Location ; Proximity ; Retail trade ; Urban attraction
  • 2001
  • Choice ; Consumer behaviour ; Distance ; Model ; Optimal location ; Optimization ; Retail trade ; Transport cost
  • 2001
  • Belgium ; Economic geography ; Location ; Location-allocation model ; Model ; Retail trade ; Supermarket ; West Flanders
  • 2001
  • Bank ; Commercial network ; Distribution network ; Economic integration ; Enterprise ; Financial services ; Firm strategy ; Insurance ; Internationalization ; Market ; Portugal ; Retail trade ; Service ; Supermarket ; Tertiary sector ; Trade
  • 2001
  • Market ; Retail trade ; Social change ; Society ; Supplying ; Trade ; Yemen
  • 2001
  • Belgium ; Cultural studies ; Flow ; France ; Frontier ; Identity ; Image ; Nord-Pas-de-Calais ; Perception ; Retail trade ; Social formation ; Town ; Trans-border area
  • 2001
  • Attendance ; Consumer behaviour ; Consumption ; Demand ; Induced effect ; Leisure ; Retail trade ; Shopping centre ; Supply ; Tourism
  • 2001