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Retailing in International Markets, 1900-2010: a response to Godley and Hang’s ‘Globalization and the Evolution of International Retailing’ a comment on Alexander’s ‘British Overseas Retailing, 1900-1960’

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title = "Retailing in International Markets, 1900-2010: a response to Godley and Hang’s ‘Globalization and the Evolution of International Retailing’ a comment on Alexander’s ‘British Overseas Retailing, 1900-1960’",
abstract = "This response welcomes A. Godley and H. Hang's comment on N. Alexander's recent article. It acknowledges those theoretical issues on which there is broad agreement and explores theoretical issues around which debate is likely to focus in the future. Consideration is given to international retailing in the first and second global economies and the problems surrounding the evaluation of longer term trends. It explores the nature of innovation and the international transfer of retail innovation in an international retail firm and market context. Market structural conditions and their impact on international retail activity are considered. Further areas for historically based research are suggested.",
keywords = "Retail, International, history",
author = "Nicholas Alexander",
year = "2013",
doi = "10.1080/00076791.2012.692082",
language = "English",
volume = "55",
pages = "302--312",
journal = "Business History",
issn = "0007-6791",
publisher = "Taylor and Francis Ltd.",
number = "2",

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PY - 2013

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N2 - This response welcomes A. Godley and H. Hang's comment on N. Alexander's recent article. It acknowledges those theoretical issues on which there is broad agreement and explores theoretical issues around which debate is likely to focus in the future. Consideration is given to international retailing in the first and second global economies and the problems surrounding the evaluation of longer term trends. It explores the nature of innovation and the international transfer of retail innovation in an international retail firm and market context. Market structural conditions and their impact on international retail activity are considered. Further areas for historically based research are suggested.

AB - This response welcomes A. Godley and H. Hang's comment on N. Alexander's recent article. It acknowledges those theoretical issues on which there is broad agreement and explores theoretical issues around which debate is likely to focus in the future. Consideration is given to international retailing in the first and second global economies and the problems surrounding the evaluation of longer term trends. It explores the nature of innovation and the international transfer of retail innovation in an international retail firm and market context. Market structural conditions and their impact on international retail activity are considered. Further areas for historically based research are suggested.

KW - Retail

KW - International

KW - history

U2 - 10.1080/00076791.2012.692082

DO - 10.1080/00076791.2012.692082

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VL - 55

SP - 302

EP - 312

JO - Business History

JF - Business History

SN - 0007-6791

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