Over-supply and global markets favour ‘standardised selectivity’ in consumption and impose new competition rules for retailers. In particular, market-driven competition emphasizes global economies of scale related to the ‘intensity of sharing’ key resources in a networking system marked by sophisticated competitive collaborations. Over-supply and market-driven competition therefore presuppose a business network and are a challenge to closed organizations hindered by their small size and scope of operations

Brondoni, S., Riboldazzi, S. (2015). Ouverture de ‘Development Policies in Large Retailers’. SYMPHONYA, 5, 1-7 [10.4468/2015.5.01ouverture].

Ouverture de ‘Development Policies in Large Retailers’

BRONDONI, SILVIO;RIBOLDAZZI, SABINA
2015

Abstract

Over-supply and global markets favour ‘standardised selectivity’ in consumption and impose new competition rules for retailers. In particular, market-driven competition emphasizes global economies of scale related to the ‘intensity of sharing’ key resources in a networking system marked by sophisticated competitive collaborations. Over-supply and market-driven competition therefore presuppose a business network and are a challenge to closed organizations hindered by their small size and scope of operations
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Global Markets; Over-Supply; Consumption Crisis; Market-Driven Competition; Large Retailers; Development Policies
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Brondoni, S., Riboldazzi, S. (2015). Ouverture de ‘Development Policies in Large Retailers’. SYMPHONYA, 5, 1-7 [10.4468/2015.5.01ouverture].
Brondoni, S; Riboldazzi, S
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