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The Future Prospects of Taiwan's Non-Specialized Retail

Tso Chun-To
2017 International Journal of Intelligent Information Systems  
In aspect of Nonspecialized-Retailers' product offering, more and more horizontal alliances are formed in order to provide a one-stop service, in addition, many shopping centers and department stores in  ...  In respond the customer demands, retailers have devoted in Omni-channel integration, Internet of Things (IoT) applications and supporting diversified payment tools.  ...  in Taiwan, and then followed by supermarket (1,994 stores (15.8%)) and hypermarket (154 stores (1.2%)), while department store (112 stores (0.9%)) and shopping center (29 stores (0.2%)) constituted for  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.ijiis.20170604.12 fatcat:6mmm4jwxwrcx5h4yoekyhltite

Networks of organizational learning and adaptation in retail TNCs

Andrew Currah, Neil Wrigley
2004 Global Networks  
between store-based learning and organizational adaptation.  ...  We argue that the competitiveness of the retail TNC increasingly rests upon its ability to adapt the portfolio of retail formats to different and rapidly changing business environments by mobilizing and  ...  Data collected from interviews with equity analysts and executives of the retail TNCs, as well as retail industry conferences organized by leading  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1471-0374.2004.00078.x fatcat:nhvp6zfjgzde3p6lrbaa2lpvdy

Technological Profile of Retailers in India

Gandhi Aradhana
2016 Indian Journal of Science and Technology  
This type of study is unique in the Indian context.  ...  Background/Objectives: Technology will play a significant role in improving the efficiencies of supply chains' of retailers and therefore the success of the organized retail stores.  ...  These technologies are extremely important for big departmental stores and hypermarkets.  ... 
doi:10.17485/ijst/2016/v9i15/92148 fatcat:d2pcgn4uvrbftcplhnpxvpf4z4

Adolescence and the Path to Maturity in Global Retail

Bart J. Bronnenberg, Paul B. Ellickson
2015 Journal of Economic Perspectives  
E--commerce is a notable exception: the penetration of e--commerce in China and several developing nations in Asia has already surpassed that of high--income countries for some types of consumer goods.  ...  In contrast, many low--income and emerging markets continue to rely on traditional retail formats, i.e., a collection of independent stores and open air markets supplied by small scale wholesalers, although  ...  China's expressway system, which connects cities and supports inter--city supply chains, tripled in length between 2004 and 2013 (source: National Bureau of Statistics of China).  ... 
doi:10.1257/jep.29.4.113 fatcat:u34l6areyrhydorjgyfhkr24gq

IMPACT OF INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) ON EDUCATION SECTOR

Abhinandan
2017 Zenodo  
It enhances scope of education by facilitating mobile learning and inclusive education. It facilitates research and scholarly communication.  ...  The current papers discuss the same along with the discussion of what factors which motivate and preventing in the use of ICT in educational field.  ...  In this research, a study of performance is accomplished for DSR protocol and the parameters for evaluating DSR routing protocol are: network density, network size are measured and investigated.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4249562 fatcat:6w6uv6sifrakphtw54mainnd2q

Analysis of Wal-Mart and Costco in context of Organizational Design and Structure

Kaneez Fatima
2019 Zenodo  
Through descriptive research this paper is an effort towards analysis of both the companies in terms of their organizational design and structure.  ...  3) Centralization and Decentralization 4) Standardization and Mutual Adjustments 5) Organic and Mechanistic Structure  ...  Furthermore, Wal-Mart uses its intranet to communicate and coordinate ideas about merchandizing and retailing strategy between different stores located in different countries.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3546937 fatcat:uf6l5w24krg3pexrc42l54tesm

The transformation of Turkish retailing: Survival strategies of small and medium-sized retailers

Gul Berna Ozcan
2000 Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans  
out that in an economy where goods and services are scarce, retailing cannot develop and marketing channels cannot become sophisticated.  ...  I would like to thank the Ford Foundation for supporting 'young ideas' and Dr Nebahat Tokatlí, Yonca Boyací and Cenk Erdog Ï an of the Middle East Technical University in Ankara for their assistance during  ...  Colin Simmons helped to clarify some of my ideas in the paper and Ayşe Bener offered me another business vision. I am very thankful for their help.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14613190050004862 fatcat:emm2ds4ztfe3pbzonjuvw4cxhm

Globalizing retail: conceptualizing the distribution-based transnational corporation (TNC)

Neil Wrigley, Neil M. Coe, Andrew Currah
2005 Progress in Human Geography  
The authors are grateful for ongoing discussions of the global retail industry with analysts at Merrill Lynch, Credit Suisse First Boston, ABN-AMRO and Deutsche Bank and for the  ...  Acknowledgements This paper draws on two wider research projects supported by the ESRC under awards R022250204 and R000238535.  ...  More specifically, local independent stores, department stores and fresh markets have been adversely affected by loss of market share to foreignowned or controlled supermarkets and hypermarkets.  ... 
doi:10.1191/0309132505ph559oa fatcat:fci4j3nhx5gthgf7m4byp2ycje

Study of Consumers' perceptions about Malls and Traditional Retail Outlets

J K Sachdeva
2008 Journal of global economy  
It seeks to eliminate the middlemen between the producer and the consumer, thus getting the maximum price for their produce. Kirana shops are traditional retail outlets in India.  ...  This paper is an attempt to know consumers' perception of Malls and Kriana stores.  ...  Traditional markets are transforming themselves in new formats such as departmental stores, hypermarkets, supermarkets and specialty stores.  ... 
doi:10.1956/jge.v4i4.107 fatcat:e5mbi7xe3zhllkfstrtd6tsvly

Retailers' Responsibility towards Consumers and Key Drivers of Their Development in Poland

Grażyna Śmigielska, Renata Oczkowska
2017 Administrative Sciences  
and competition in this process.  ...  In this paper, we investigate why they engage in corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices towards consumers, how it fosters sustainable development, and what the role of institutions are in the  ...  and small children because clients had signalled problems with finding them-they had been exhibited in different departments.  ... 
doi:10.3390/admsci7010003 fatcat:6wv5e75ohrcdfm6ue7fgj3pbfq

Chinese Customs Regulations on Cross-Border E-Commerce: A Growth Opportunity for Foreign Enterprises and Chinese Commercial Platforms

Miriam Ruiz
2018 Sinología hispánica  
In this article, the characteristics of cross-border e-commerce and its implication on Chinese Customs legislations and commercial platforms will be analyze by noting their main characteristics and the  ...  and buy goods named electronic commerce or e-commerce.  ...  Comparison between bonded logistics parks and bonded logistics centers (A Type and B Type).  ... 
doi:10.18002/sin.v1i6.5492 fatcat:qmpecxrkw5fljltds4gvmlkpfm

Development of Settlement Systems

John A. Agnew, Gyorgy Enyedi, Julia Meszaros
1982 Journal of Interdisciplinary History  
This joint British-Hungar ian investigation of the above problems is particularly instructive reflecting as it does the numerous differences in the history, social structure, political system and long-term  ...  The studies investigate the evolu tion of a uniform settlement system, the characteristics of urban development, the interaction of geographical environment and settlement system, and the changes in the  ...  The research team did not simply look backwards in its concern to examine change.  ... 
doi:10.2307/203840 fatcat:i4uo73zkozcatnq2k4dn2yuawe

Retail Sprawl in Post-Soviet Urban Residential Communities: Case Studies of Saint-Petersburg and Vilnius

Konstantin Axenov, Dovilė Krupickaitė, Kira Morachevskaya, Andrey Zinovyev
2018 Moravian Geographical Reports  
On the other hand, we found very pronounced differences compared to international patterns in morphological outcomes.  ...  In this research project, two post-Soviet urban areas - Vilnius and St. Petersburg - are examined to indicate contrasting development paths over the last 30 years.  ...  choices, the increase in shopping opportunities and personal mobility.  ... 
doi:10.2478/mgr-2018-0017 fatcat:nvfxcffwivbtdck5zgpor3gega

Identifying Facilitators and Challenges for IT Adoption at a Local Malaysian Retail Company: The IT Management Perspective

Sherah Kurnia, Md. Mahbubur Rahim, Richard Husada, Saadat M. Alhashmi
2013 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
To address the limited understanding of IT adoption practices in developing countries, this paper investigates facilitators and challenges related to technological, organisational and environmental contexts  ...  Existing research shows that IT systems and their adoption are largely shaped by the characteristics of organisations, organisational culture, and business environment.  ...  close personal relationship between the customers and owners of these shops.  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/KurniaMHA13 fatcat:d2r7dm3pxrcvvjsnpth6c736ce

Walmart And Flipkart: The Biggest Deal In Indian E-Com Startup Market

Pawan Kalyani
2018 Zenodo  
In recent past, the deal of Walmart and Flipkart was the biggest deal in the startup E-com market. The 77% shares of Flipkart was taken by Walmart by paying $16 billion.  ...  In this research paper the author is studying the reasons and other future possibilities of Indian e-com market.  ...  (formerly branded as Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.) is an American multinational retail corporation that operates a chain of hypermarkets, discount department stores, and grocery stores.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1407354 fatcat:gvj3oaen2vgphi5lbbjj6schqq
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