Shopping outlet choice and frequency in urban areas of the Republic of Uganda

This study examines the factors that decide where and how frequently members of urban households in the Republic of Uganda shop for food. Multivariate probit results reveal that income, education, employment status, household composition, and location influence shopping frequency in all five outlet types selected for this study. Study results provide rare insights about shopping format choice by consumers in lesser developed countries.


Issue Date:
2015-01
Publication Type:
Conference Paper/ Presentation
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/196821
Total Pages:
22
JEL Codes:
Q12; Q13




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