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|Title: ||THE SUPERMARKET INDUSTRY AT THE START OF THE 21st CENTURY: KEY FINDINGS FROM THE 2000 SUPERMARKET PANEL|
|Authors: ||Wolfson, Paul J.|
Kinsey, Jean D.
King, Robert P.
Seltzer, Jonathan M.
|Issue Date: ||2001-11|
|Abstract: ||The 2000 Supermarket Panel gathered data on store characteristics, management practices, and operating performance from a representative, nation-wide sample of supermarkets. The Panel is unique because the unit of analysis is the individual store, and the same stores will be surveyed over time. Linking information on management practices and store and market characteristics with measures for key performance measures provides useful information for both strategic and tactical decisions. Descriptive findings are presented for stores groups by ownership group size and format. Results from a multivariate analysis of relationships between store performance and key performance drivers also are presented.|
|Institution/Association: ||Journal of Food Distribution Research>Volume 32, Number 03, November 2001|
|Total Pages: ||13|
|From Page: ||1|
|To Page: ||13|
|Collections:||Volume 32, Number 3, November 2001|
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