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Surveys suggest that around 64% of retail shelf prices end in 9: The preponderance of 9-ending prices is not a new phenomenon and has been the subject of much comment and discussion over the past 70 years. Despite this broad interest, very few empirically based studies have been conducted in...
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This paper outlines the current and continuous changes occurring in the retail and social environment that necessitate the constant evolution of retail formats. Over recent years experiential retail formats have appeared in recognition of the increasing need to ‘entertain’ shoppers and...
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It is widely reported that consumer interest in environmental and ethical issues is growing. Evidence suggests that ethical considerations are now impacting on a broad range of consumption decisions. The focus of this paper is the impact such concerns may hold in clothing purchase decision...
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