Retail restructuring and consumer choice 1. Long-term local changes in consumer behaviour: Portsmouth, 1980 – 2002

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Clarke, Ian; Hallsworth, Alan; Jackson, Peter; De Kervenoael, Ronan J.; Perez Del Aguila, Rossana; Kirkup, Malcolm;
(2006)
  • Journal: Environment and Planning A,volume 38,issue 1 January,pages25-46

Over the last two decades fundamental changes have taken place in the global supply and local structure of provision of British food retailing. Consumer lifestyles have also changed markedly. Despite some important studies of local interactions between new retail develo... View more
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