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The corner-shop to supermarket transition in retailing: the beginnings of empirical evidence ( Nottingham, UK).

Wilson, AG; Oulton, MJ; (1983) The corner-shop to supermarket transition in retailing: the beginnings of empirical evidence ( Nottingham, UK). Environment & Planning A , 15 (2) pp. 265-274.

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Abstract

It has been proposed that a catastrophe-theory-like mechanism might explain the relatively sudden transition from corner-shop retailing to a supermarket system. In this paper, some extensions of this mechanism and some alternatives are presented, and the first steps are taken in relating these theoretical explorations to empirical data. Considers change in Nottingham, UK, from 1956-1979.-Authors

Type: Article
Title: The corner-shop to supermarket transition in retailing: the beginnings of empirical evidence ( Nottingham, UK).
URI: http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/1301434
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