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  • The establishment and management of cooperative department stores in the Tonami region, Toyama Prefecture
  • Department store ; Honshu ; Japan ; Retail trade ; Town planning
  • This paper aims to clarify the processes of planning and establishing cooperative department stores, and to characterize their organisation and management.
  • Chain image and store-choice modeling : the effects of income and race
  • Competition ; Consumer behaviour ; Decision ; Enquiry ; Model ; Retail trade ; Shopping trip choice ; Supermarket;Store;Hypermarket
  • The subject of the analysis is the choice of supermarkets for major grocery shopping. Evidence is presented through the use of descriptive statistics from a sample of consumers and through several store-choice model calibrations that chain image
  • is an important determinant of store choice. The effects of people's income and race on their store selection are studied.
  • The socially optimal and equilibrium locations of two stores or libraries with consumer search
  • This paper examines the socially optimal (and also equilibrium) locations of two stores or libraries on a linear market of unit length. If each consumer has probability of finding a desired product at each store, then the socially optimal locations
  • are never completely centralized for full information, but are completely centralized for when costly visit search is necessary. The Nash equilibrium locations of two stores, and various alternative models for the socially optimal locations of two stores
  • De storre byers nye problemer The new problems of larger towns, in Norway
  • The geographical development of fast food stores in Tokyo City area from the viewpoint of locational policy
  • This paper aims to analyse the geographical development of the fast food stores. The A. selected Tokyo City area as field. He indicated in particular the strong relation between the distribution of the fast food stores and the population
  • Store location and store assessment research: the integration of some new and traditional techniques
  • Diverse functions of convenience stores in the Tokyo metropolitan area : classification with sales analysis of POS data, and spatial implications
  • Cluster analysis ; Competition ; Consumer behaviour ; Honshu ; Japan ; Location ; Market ; Retail trade ; Spatial choice ; Store ; Tokyo ; Typology
  • This paper aims to analyse the functions of convenience stores. The author uses the factor analysis. - (KA)
  • The integration of distribution systems and its spatial arrangement by leading chain stores in the Chukyo district
  • Honshu ; Japan ; Marketing channel ; Retail trade ; Service area ; Spatial structure ; Store ; Urban area
  • This study aims to make a comparative analysis on distribution systems of the chain stores. - (KA)
  • Effects of multiple stops on the distance traveled to a grocery store
  • Data from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada have indicated that travel time from home to grocery store is affected by three aspects of a trip : the number of shops, the number of trip purposes, and the order of a shopping stop. The effects of such multiple
  • stops on the distance from home to a store is crucial for understanding spatial patterns of retail choice. - (SGA)
  • Recent locational trends of large-scale retail stores in the Tokyo metropolitan region
  • This paper analyzes the difference in the distribution patterns of large-scale retail stores by scales and management types in the Tokyo metropolitan Region. Analysis has been made for the years 1975-1981, during which period a peak of large-scale
  • retail store opening was seen between 1976 and 1980. - (KA)
  • An unconditional competing risk hazard model of consumer store-choice dynamics
  • This model is developed and tested as an alternative to the negative binomial and Dirichlet models of store choice introduced in the urban planning literature by Wrigley and Dunn. The hazard model is more flexible in that various distributions can
  • be incorporated into the model, leading to different store choice dynamics. An empirical example, based on Nielson scanner panel data for Springfield, Missouri, is provided to illustrate the modelling approach.
  • Consumer behavior and the village trade store : a Papua New Guinea example
  • Evaporation of water from sand: the effect of evaporation on the precipitation of salts dissolved in water stored in sand
  • Store loyalty for grocery products: an empirical study
  • Policies for the location of large New Stores a case study
  • Retail innovation and diffusion the spread of Asda stores
  • A new perspective on forecasting store sales: applying statistical models and techniques in the analog approach
  • The Finns who immigrated to the northern parts of Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan built hay barns of logs in which hay was stored in much the same way as those in Finland. In a second stage, those Finnish Americans who later became commercial
  • dairy farmers built new and larger barns in which cultivated hay was stored. Barns of both stages are now obsolete| remaining farmers store hay in American-style dairy barns. - (DWG)
  • Store wars : changing retail ownership in Beijing
  • Beijing ; China ; Cooperative ; Department store ; Economic reform ; Foreign investment ; Retail trade
  • Modelling the effects of shopping centre size and store variety on consumer choice behaviour
  • The AA. seek to develop and illustrate empirically a way to define the selection of stores in shopping centres. Profiles of hypothetical shopping centres are developed that describe the total size of centres as well as the marketing mix positioning