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This paper utilises cluster analytical techniques to examine the relationship between store space requirements, micro‐style property selection and retail function. Analysis of survey data infers that retail function is the most important dimension in determining retailers’ behaviour with respect...
The paper describes the use of hedonic analysis to examine the impact of the South Yorkshire Supertram on house prices in Sheffield. The approach was distinguished by the use of asking prices rather than transaction prices, the use of dummy variables to capture neighbourhood quality effects and...
A weakness in most discussions about definitions of market value is that no explicit criteria for judging whether a definition is good or bad are presented. In this article three criteria are analysed: the definition should have a clear meaning, the definition should be such that it is possible...
Money illusion is a bias in the assessment of the real value of economic transactions, induced by their nominal evaluation. By definition, money illusion may only be manifested in the presence of inflation. This paper presents the results of an experiment which shows that the actual behaviour of...
Professions have evolved in contrasting ways in different countries, although this has only recently been recognised by sociologists, who long had an Anglo‐American bias in their work on this subject. In the UK professions have generally evolved “bottom‐up” (i.e. through the activities of the...
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