Časoprostorové modely nákupního chování české populace

Title in English Spatio-temporal models of the czech population shopping behaviour

KUNC Josef MARYÁŠ Jaroslav TONEV Petr FRANTÁL Bohumil SIWEK Tadeusz HALÁS Marián KLAPKA Pavel SZCZYRBA Zdeněk ZUSKÁČOVÁ Veronika

Year of publication 2013
Type Monograph
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Economics and Administration

Description Czech retail trade has been undergoing a period of greatest changes in all of its history. The capacity and quality insufficiency of the sector at the end of the 1980s was followed in the early 1990s by a stage of atomization incited by small-business privatization; the number of retailing units grew twofold to almost 100,000 within this period. Foreign retail chains started to penetrate the domestic market in the second half of the 1990s and the Czech retail trade has rapidly become internationalized. Foreign capital entry was dominant; domestic companies and businesses were not actually able to compete. The retailing network transformation continued – its network structure was based on increasingly larger numbers of large-scale retailing units (super and hypermarkets, discount shops); the first shopping centers appeared.
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