Global Retailing in the Connected Economy
- Why global? Gade, Michael // Chain Store Age Executive with Shopping Center Age;Special Issue 1993, Vol. 69 Issue 12, p4
Focuses on the feasibility of world retailing. Ideal qualities of world retailers in the 21st century; Introduction of articles in the magazine; Acknowledgements.
- Challenging the Rhetoric: Internationalisation, size and financial performance. Dragun, Dmitry // European Retail Digest;Dec2002, Issue 36, p25
Provides information on a study which investigated the internationalization and financial performance of the world's large 500 retail companies by examining the group of internationally exposed retailers. Aspects in which the analysis of the subject of internationalization is limited; Impact of...
- TOP RANKING. // Estates Gazette;Winter2012 Retail Focus Supplement, p43
The article discusses the 2012 Lang LasSalle report on cross border retail in Europe that found London, England as the most attractive location for international retailers. The report also mentions that the core markets of Paris, France, Milan and Rome in Italy, Madrid, Spain and Munich, Germany...
- Global uncertainties. Crawford, Fred // Chain Store Age;Dec98, Vol. 74 Issue 12, p12
Examines the impact of the global economic turmoil on the international expansion plans of United States-based retailers. Economic and non-economic-related barriers to expanding internationally; Financial performance of the top 100 largest international retailers; Retailers that still plan on...
- Motives for Retailer Internationalization to Central and Eastern Europe. Tatoglu, Ekrem; Demirbag, Mehmet; Kaplan, Gokhan // Emerging Markets Finance & Trade;Jul2003, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p40
Focuses on the internationalization motives of multinational retailers with regard to three Central and Eastern European countries. Relevant literature on retail internationalization motives; Variation in retail internationalization motives.
- Innocents abroad--prepare for globalization. Gilman, Alan L. // Chain Store Age Executive with Shopping Center Age;Sep93, Vol. 69 Issue 9, p98
Advises retailers on global business expansion. Readiness of a company to `go global'; United States market as overstored; Cultural or financial risks; Subtle cultural differences; Business focus on corporate tax situation in foreign ventures; Effect of currency fluctuations; Advantage of...
- Calling out 'round the world. Hazel, Debra // Chain Store Age Executive with Shopping Center Age;Mar1994, Vol. 70 Issue 3, p190
Discusses the trend of globalization of American retail store chains. Saturated retail trade in the United States prompting the global move; Major areas of economic growth; Countries with retail expansion opportunities.
- Food Retailing in Ireland: Problems and Prospects for New Market Entrants. Quinn, Barry; Palmer, Mark // European Retail Digest;Dec2000, Issue 28, p30
Highlights changes to the structure and organization of grocery market in Ireland brought by the entry of food retail multinational companies. Overview of the operations of food retail multinational companies; Implications of the entry of food retail multinational companies on competition;...
- TRANSFERRING THE RETAIL FORMAT SUCCESSFULLY INTO FOREIGN COUNTRIES. Swoboda, Bernhard; Elsner, Stefan; Morschett, Dirk; Pennemann, Karin // AMA Winter Educators' Conference Proceedings;2012, Vol. 23, p5
An abstract of the article "Transferring the Retail Format Successfully Into Foreign Countries," by Bernhard Swoboda, Stefan Elsner, Dirk Morschett and Karin Pennemann is presented.