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Impact of out-of-centre food superstores on local retail employment: a critique of the Boots research

Impact of out-of-centre food superstores on local retail employment: a critique of the Boots research

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Sustainability, Environment, Development & Planning


Re-examines the data, the methodology and significance of the earlier study on the same topic, and offers interesting and stimulating material for further debate. In particular it highlights the significance of part-time employment for local social policy as opposed to full-time equivalent figures in the Boots study.


Publisher History

Formed in 1995, the National Retail Planning Forum focuses on improving the understanding between private and public sectors on planning and its impact on retailing.



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