The emerging geography of e-commerce in British retailing
Clarke, GP; Thompson, C; Birkin, M;
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
This paper explores the growth of e-commerce in British grocery retailing and examines the spatial variations in e-commerce usage. The main data source is a large commercial consumer survey (Acxiom’s Research Opinion Data) rarely used by academics to date. Using these d... View more
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