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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 19, Number 4, September 2009

Guest editorial
pp. 313-315(3)
Authors: Wood, Steve; Myers, Hayley; Alexander, Andrew

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Are there barriers to innovation in retailing?
pp. 317-330(14)
Authors: Reynolds, Jonathan; Hristov, Latchezar

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Innovation in retail internationalisation: Tesco in the USA
pp. 331-347(17)
Authors: Lowe, Michelle; Wrigley, Neil

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The role of business support organisations in the process of retailer internationalisation
pp. 371-388(18)
Authors: Hutchinson, Karise; Fleck, Emma; Lloyd-Reason, Lester

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Complexity theory and retail location strategy
pp. 389-403(15)
Authors: Theodoridis, C.; Bennison, D.

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Selling retailing to Generation Y graduates: recruitment challenges and opportunities
pp. 405-420(16)
Authors: Broadbridge, Adelina; Maxwell, Gillian; Ogden, Susan

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The role of international hubs in a fashion retailer's sourcing strategy
pp. 421-436(16)
Authors: Fernie, John; Maniatakas, Pavlos; Moore, Christopher

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Grocery shopping and the Internet: exploring French consumers' perceptions of the 'hypermarket' and 'cybermarket' formats
pp. 437-455(19)
Authors: Picot-Coupey, Karine; Hure, Elodie; Cliquet, Gerard; Petr, Christine

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The design of the store environment and its implications for retail image
pp. 457-468(12)
Authors: Kent, A. M.; Kirby, A. E.

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