Retailing Environments in Developing Countries

Retailing Environments in Developing Countries

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Retailing in less developed countries can take any number of forms and fulfils a wide range of different needs. As this book shows it is susceptible to cultural as well as to economic forces and it needs to be analysed in terms of both global economic shifts and place-specific social and economic formations.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 298 pages
  • 138 x 216mm | 548g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138997307
  • 9781138997301

Table of contents

Part I: Theory and Practice of Retail Studies in Developing Countries 1. Retailing in Less Developed Countries: An Introduction Ronan Paddison, Allan Findlay, John Dawson 2. Retail Change and Economic Development Ronald Dawson 3. Impediments to Progress in Retailing in Developing Nations Saeed Samiee Part II: Retail Structure and Change in Less Developed Countries Ronan Paddison 4. Rural Distribution Channels in West Africa Graham Hollier 5. Retailing in Northern Nigeria: Patterns of Continuity and Change Gina Porter 6. New Trends in Commercial Locations in Morocco Jean-Francois Troin 7. The Development of Planned Shopping Centres in Kuwait Obaid Al-Otaibi 8. Informal Sector Retailing in the South African City: The Case of Johannesburg Chris Rogerson 9. Ethnodomination of Marketing Channels Revisited Mark Speece 10. Urban Food Distribution and Household Consumption: A Study of Harare David W.Smith and Philip T. Kivell 11. Food Crop Marketing in the Peri-Urban Zone of Dar Es Salaam John Briggs Part III: Consumer Behaviour, Culture and Retail Change Allan Findlay 12. Patterns of Supermarket Use in Malaysia Khalifa Othman 13. The Changing Role of Women in the Islamic Retail Environment Allan Findlay 14. From Suq to Supermarket in Tunis Jean-Marie Miossec 15. The Indian Retail Environment: A Look at Socio-Cultural Impediments Hari Das and Malika Das Part VI: Towards a Research Agenda 16. Towards a Research Agenda on Retailing in Developing Countries Allan Findlay and Ronan Paddisonshow more