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A study is reported of West Edmonton Mall and Gateshead MetroCentre the two shopping centres that are, respectively, the largest inthe world and the largest in Europe. Examination of the background tothe two developments reveals that public sector inputs to theseentrepreneurial developments have...
There is growing interest in town centre management schemes in anumber of towns and cities in the UK. Some of the major elements withinsuch schemes are outlined.
Most retailers would agree that stock availability is one of thekeys to success but few make serious attempts to measure their currentperformance with any precision. Why it is important to measure thecustomer stock service actually achieved, possible measures which can beused and the problems of...
Most of the published research on outshopping consumers buyinggoods in places outside their home town has been American. This is ananalysis of outshopping from Newtown, Wales, UK. Information based upona survey of over 300 households was collected relating to recent placesof purchase for six...
Throughout the 1980s, UK retailers have sought competent managersof graduate calibre for their management training programmes. Most ofthese graduates were nonspecialists recruited from a variety of highereducation establishments. In recent years, however, a number ofinstitutions have provided...
Whether the recent pressure for more outoftown shopping appearsto be easing in favour of further revitalisation of the inner citycentre is discussed by involved interlocutors, both at local and atministerial level. Amongst other relevant aspects of retail development,the pros and cons of...
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