The globalization of retailing


Coe, Neil M. and Wrigley, Neil (eds.) (2009) The globalization of retailing , Cheltenham, UK, Edward Elgar, 1072pp. (Globalization of the World Economy).

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Contents:

Volume I

Acknowledgements

Introduction Neil M. Coe and Neil Wrigley

PART I RETAIL GLOBALIZATION: EARLY ASSESSMENTS

1. Alan Treadgold (1988), ‘Retailing without Frontiers: The Emergence of Transnational Retailers’

2. Walter J. Salmon and André Tordjman (1989), ‘The Internationalisation of Retailing’

3. A. Treadgold (1991), ‘The Emerging Internationalisation of Retailing: Present Status and Future Challenges’

4. David E. Williams (1992), ‘Motives for Retailer Internationalization: Their Impact, Structure and Implications’

5. John A. Dawson (1994), ‘Internationalization of Retailing Operations’

6. Alan G. Hallsworth (1992), ‘Retail Internationalization: Contingency and Context?’

7. Nicholas Alexander and Hayley Myers (2000), ‘The Retail Internationalisation Process’

PART II THE SURGE OF RETAIL FDI AND THE RETAIL REVOLUTION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

8. Neil Wrigley (2000), ‘The Globalization of Retail Capital: Themes for Economic Geography’

9. Neil M. Coe (2004), ‘The Internationalisation/Globalisation of Retailing: Towards an Economic-Geographical Research Agenda’

10. Steve Burt and Leigh Sparks (2006), ‘Wal-Mart’s World’

11. Thomas Reardon, C. Peter Timmer, Christopher B. Barrett and Julio Berdegué (2003), ‘The Rise of Supermarkets in Africa, Asia, and Latin America’

12. Arieh Goldman (2001), ‘The Transfer of Retail Formats into Developing Economies: The Example of China’

13. John Humphrey (2007), ‘The Supermarket Revolution in Developing Countries: Tidal Wave or Tough Competitive Struggle?’

PART III SCOPING AND THEORISING THE EMERGING RETAIL TNC

14. John A. Dawson (2007), ‘Scoping and Conceptualising Retailer Internationalisation’

15. Neil Wrigley, Neil M. Coe and Andrew Currah (2005), ‘Globalizing Retail: Conceptualizing the Distribution-based Transnational Corporation (TNC)’

16. Neil M. Coe and Yong-Sook Lee (2006), ‘The Strategic Localization of Transnational Retailers: The Case of Samsung-Tesco in South Korea’

17. Andrew Currah and Neil Wrigley (2004), ‘Networks of Organizational Learning and Adaptation in Retail TNCs’

18. Mark Palmer (2005), ‘Retail Multinational Learning: A Case Study of Tesco’

19. R. Shackleton (1998), ‘Exploring Corporate Culture and Strategy: Sainsbury at Home and Abroad during the Early to Mid 1990s’

PART IV INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON TRANSNATIONAL RETAIL

20. Michael Wortmann (2004), ‘Aldi and the German Model: Structural Change in German Grocery Retailing and the Success of Grocery Discounters’

21. Suzanne J. Konzelmann, Frank Wilkinson, Charles Craypo and Rabih Aridi (2008), ‘The Export of National Varieties of Capitalism: The Cases of Wal-Mart and IKEA’

22. Susan Christopherson and Nathan Lillie (2005), ‘Neither Global nor Standard: Corporate Strategies in the New Era of Labor Standards’

23. Chris Tilly (2007), ‘Wal-Mart and Its Workers: NOT the Same All Over the World’

24. Constanza C. Bianchi and Stephen J. Arnold (2004), ‘An Institutional Perspective on Retail Internationalization Success: Home Depot in Chile’

Volume II

Acknowledgements

An introduction by the editors to both volumes appears in Volume I

PART I HOST ECONOMY AND DEVELOPMENTAL IMPACTS OF TRANSNATIONAL RETAIL
A Frameworks for Analysis

1. John Dawson (2003), ‘Towards a Model of the Impacts of Retail Internationalisation’

2. Neil M. Coe and Neil Wrigley (2007), ‘Host Economy Impacts of Transnational Retail: The Research Agenda’

B Impacts on Retail Competitiveness

3. Angela da Rocha and Luis Antonio Dib (2002), ‘The Entry of Wal-Mart in Brazil and the Competitive Responses of Multinational and Domestic Firms’

4. Arieh Goldman, S. Ramaswami and Robert E. Krider (2002), ‘Barriers to the Advancement of Modern Food Retail Formats: Theory and Measurement’

5. Cédric Durand (2007), ‘Externalities from Foreign Direct Investment in the Mexican Retailing Sector’

6. Constanza Bianchi and Joaquin Mena (2004), ‘Defending the Local Market against Foreign Competitors: The Example of Chilean Retailers’

C Impacts on Supply Chains Dynamics

7. Thomas Reardon and Julio A. Berdegué (2002), ‘The Rapid Rise of Supermarkets in Latin America: Challenges and Opportunities for Development’

8. Dave D. Weatherspoon and Thomas Reardon (2003), ‘The Rise of Supermarkets in Africa: Implications for Agrifood Systems and the Rural Poor’

9. Neil M. Coe and Martin Hess (2005), ‘The Internationalization of Retailing: Implications for Supply Network Restructuring in East Asia and Eastern Europe’

10. James J. Biles, Kevin Brehm, Amanda Enrico, Cheray Kiendl, Emily Morgan, Alexandra Teachout and Katie Vasquez (2007), ‘Globalization of Food Retailing and Transformation of Supply Networks: Consequences for Small-scale Agricultural Producers in Southeastern Mexico’

D Socio-cultural and Regulatory Impacts

11. Alex M. Mutebi (2007), ‘Regulatory Responses to Large-format Transnational Retail in South-east Asian Cities’

12. Thomas Reardon and Rose Hopkins (2006), ‘The Supermarket Revolution in Developing Countries: Policies to Address Emerging Tensions Among Supermarkets, Suppliers and Traditional Retailers’

13. Jos Gamble (2006), ‘Multinational Retailers in China: Proliferating “McJobs” or Developing Skills?’

14. Darlene Miller (2006), ‘“Spaces of Resistance” – African Workers at Shoprite in Maputo and Lusaka’

PART II GLOBAL, REGIONAL AND RESPONSIBLE SOURCING BY TRANSNATIONAL RETAILERS

15. Catherine Dolan and John Humphrey (2000), ‘Governance and Trade in Fresh Vegetables: The Impact of UK Supermarkets on the African Horticulture Industry’

16. Nebahat Tokatli (2008), ‘Global Sourcing: Insights from the Global Clothing Industry – The Case of Zara, a Fast Fashion Retailer’

17. Thomas Reardon, Spencer Henson and Julio Berdegué (2007), ‘Procurement Strategies of Supermarkets to “Proactively Fast-Track Diffusion”’, Parts 3, 3.1 and 3.2 from, ‘“Proactive Fast-tracking” Diffusion of Supermarkets in Developing Countries: Implications for Market Institutions and Trade’

18. Susanne Freidberg (2003), ‘Cleaning Up Down South: Supermarkets, Ethical Trade and African Horticulture’

19. Alex Hughes (2005), ‘Corporate Strategy and the Management of Ethical Trade: The Case of the UK Food and Clothing Retailers’

PART III THE CONTESTED PROCESS OF MARKET ENTRY, EXPANSION AND EXIT BY TRANSNATIONAL RETAILERS

20. Nicholas Alexander and Barry Quinn (2002), ‘International Retail Divestment’

21. Steve Burt, John Dawson and Leigh Sparks (2003), ‘Failure in International Retailing: Research Propositions’

22. Neil Wrigley and Andrew Currah (2003), ‘The Stresses of Retail Internationalization: Lessons from Royal Ahold’s Experience in Latin America’

23. Paul Jackson, Kamel Mellahi and Leigh Sparks (2004), ‘Shutting Up Shop: Understanding the International Exit Process in Retailing’

24. Mark Palmer (2004), ‘International Retail Restructuring and Divestment: The Experience of Tesco’

25. Susan Christopherson (2007), ‘Barriers to “US Style” Lean Retailing: The Case of Wal-Mart’s Failure in Germany’

Item Type: Book
ISBNs: 184844236 (hardback)
9781848442368 (hardback)
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Subjects: H Social Sciences > HF Commerce
H Social Sciences > HC Economic History and Conditions
G Geography. Anthropology. Recreation > GF Human ecology. Anthropogeography
Divisions: University Structure - Pre August 2011 > School of Geography > Economy, Culture, Space
ePrint ID: 66336
Date Deposited: 04 Jun 2009
Last Modified: 27 Mar 2014 18:47
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/66336

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