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Building on these factors, the authors outline public policy recommendations in the areas of education and law and provide managerial recommendations for the better management of food waste. Slowenien und Österreich im Vergleich. The effect of olfactory stimuli on consumer behaviour has received little attention in marketing and retailing literature compared to other atmospheric cues. Christoph Teller's research tries to find answers to one of the oldest questions in retail research: Unser Service für IZ-Abonnenten:


To provide empirical evidence and explanation of the phenomenon that providers of home delivery of groceries are still of minor importance in highly concentrated retail markets. Based on a critical literature review three propositions were set up.

A web based survey was conducted with two prospective consumer groups for home delivery providers: A structural equation modeling analysis was applied in addition to uni- and bivariate analysis.

In contrast to some assumptions in the literature shopping in stores for groceries was not generally perceived to be an annoying activity. Respondents were aware of their own shopping logistics efforts in terms of spatial and temporal distance when shopping in stores but were unable to convert these efforts into costs. Any perceived inconvenience connected with shopping for groceries had no impact on respondents? The study only investigated two specific consumer groups within highly concentrated urban grocery retail markets.

However these groups may be considered typical of most western European countries and thus the study? The major findings suggest that in general home delivery service may not be considered a strategic competitive advantage in grocery retail markets. Other marketing issues such as pricing, assortment and store personnel still substantially affect a consumer?

The paper argues for a different viewpoint for researchers investigating the topic of Internet-based distance retailing. Further, the reintegration of logistical tasks from consumers should not be considered detached from other format choice criteria. The purpose of this paper is to develop a conceptual model that includes drivers of supply chain management SCM adoption and execution identified in the literature, provide a set of measurement scales that operationalise constructs within this model, empirically verify a hierarchical order of antecedents that affects the adoption and execution of SCM, and assist management by providing a focus on those SCM conditions and processes that need to be prioritised to increase successful SCM adoption and execution.

The conceptual model is tested empirically through a survey of senior supply chain managers representing the biggest organisations within a central European country. Using structural equation modelling the hypothesised hierarchical order of three proposed antecedents are verified: Firms that adopt these steps should enjoy a rigorous and appropriate road to the full execution of SCM. The survey results reflect the views of large organisations in a countryspecific supply chain setting.

The findings provide a hierarchical focus for financial, personnel and management initiatives to increase integration within a supply chain and improve competitiveness. The major contribution of this paper is that it provides empirical proof of the antecedents that affect the adoption and execution of SCM.

The purpose of this paper is 1 to develop a scale that evaluates the environmental elements in retail supply chains and 2 to examine the environmental supply chain management initiatives of the world? The empirical evaluation has been executed through an investigative approach applying a web-scan framework which included the analysis of websites and publicly published documents such as annual reports and Corporate Social Responsibility reports.

We identified 34 environmental sustainability initiatives which we grouped into eight categories. Long-term oriented green-design-initiatives were hardly observed. Furthermore, the specific environmental activities of three retailers from Denmark, France and the United Kingdom were compared.

The empirical study investigates supply chain operations of retailers and excludes other areas of retail management. The results are based on material that is published by the respective companies and thus do not comprise internal reports.

The main contribution of this paper is to test the proposition that global retailers follow the path of the? The purpose of this paper is to propose a model which structures and links different types of efficient consumer response ECR measures; it does so by considering the use of both quantitative or?

This paper reviews the ECR and performance measurement literature and proposes a model that explains linkages from intra-organizational, interorganizational and industry prerequisites through ECR activities to ECR outcomes; and highlights the role of performance, behavioural, attitude and capability measures.

Two extant studies from Austria and Denmark are examined in the context of the model to exemplify some of its features. The proposed model is presented for primarily future investigation; thus there is no empirical study in this paper other than a comparison of the two extant studies to support some constructs and variables. However, the model represents a structure that can guide future research on more specific ECR elements. The model makes a practical contribution by providing a structure from which measurement or scorecard systems can be established.

The model makes a theoretical contribution by providing an overall structure to link different areas of ECR research such as barriers for ECR implementation, and specific ECR concepts, activities, and their outcomes. This paper identifies specific qualifications and competences required within the field of logistics and supply chain management from the perspective of lifelong learning and hierarchical level.

It also reveals a hierarchy level-specific job profile for logistics and supply chain management jobs based on the European Framework for Key Competences and the German Federal Employment Agency. A review of the literature on competences and skills in the field of logistics is combined with an analysis of job postings by means of content analyses and thematic mapping. The academic literature discusses more than skills and competences related to the job profile of logistics and supply chain managers.

The majority of these skills represent social skills. Analyses of job postings show significant differences in the required portfolio of skills and competences depending on the hierarchical level of the position. Contrary to the literature, job postings include more cognitive competences and meta-competences than social skills.

The first contribution of our research is that competences were examined from the perspective of lifelong learning, revealing how this is applied in the field of logistics. The second is that our conceptual framework can be utilised to compare skills and competences between different hierarchical levels.

The third contribution refers to identifying a set of skills and competences different to what had been presented in the literature. Retail Store Operations and Food Waste. Journal of Cleaner Production. Omni-Channel Retailing Research — State of the art and intellectual foundation. Journal of Consumer Behaviour. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services.

Journal of Business Logistics. Brusset, Xavier, Teller, Christoph. Supply Chain Capabilities, Risks, and Resilience. International Journal of Production Economics. Journal of Marketing Management. Journal of Business Research. International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management , 44 2 , pp. Industrial Marketing Management , 52, pp. Journal of Public Policy and Marketing , 35 1 , pp.

Production Planning and Control , 26 7 , pp. Teller, Christoph, Alexander, Andrew. Journal of Marketing Management, 29 , pp. Production and Operations Management, 2 4 , pp. Teller, Christoph, Schnedlitz, Peter. Journal of Marketing Management, 28 , pp. Teller, Christoph, Thomson, Jennifer A. The Service Industries Journal, 32 6 , pp. International Journal of Production Economics , 2 , pp.

Teller, Christoph, Elms, Jonathan R. Journal of Marketing Management , 28 , pp. Teller, Christoph , Dennis, Charles. Teller, Christoph, Gittenberger, Ernst. Kotzab, Herbert, Munch, Hilde M. Environmental Retail Supply Chains: Supply Chain Management — an International Journal , 16 4 , pp. Kotzab, Herbert, Teller, Christoph. Wie leistungsfähig ist Ihre Supply Chain? So lassen sich Lieferketten analysieren und verbessern. Zeitschrift für Führung und Organisation ZfO , 80 2 , pp.

Place Marketing and Urban Retail Agglomerations: An examination of shoppers place attractiveness perceptions. Journal of Place Branding and Public Diplomacy , 6 2 , pp. Qualitative Research in Logistics: Journal of Supply Chain Management: Research and Practice , 4 June , pp. Marketing Intelligence and Planning , 28 1 , pp. Reutterer, Thomas, Teller, Christoph. International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management , 37 8 , pp. Kotzab, Herbert, Grant, David B. Supply Chain Management and Hypercompetition.

Logistics Research , 1 1 , pp. International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management , 36 8 , pp. Teller, Christoph, Reutterer, Thomas. The Evolving Concept of Retail Attractiveness: Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services , 15 3 , pp. Beschreibung, Analyse und Bewertung von Instore-Logistikprozessen [Describing, analysing and evaluating instore-logistics processes]. Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft , 77 11 , pp. Managing Service Quality Journal , 16 1 , pp.

Representative marketing-oriented study on implants in the Austrian population. Level of information, sources of information and need for patient information. Clinical Oral Implants Research , 14 5 , — Implant acceptance, patient-perceived cost and patient satisfaction. Clinical Oral Implants Research , 14 5 , British Food Journal , 8 , pp.

International Journal of Market Research, 47 6 , pp. Schnedlitz, Peter, Teller, Christoph. Der Markt , 40 , pp. International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management, 44 3 , pp. The store and the Internet of Things: Bestandsmanagement von Wechselg eld im Zuge der Euro-Bargeldeinführung mit der Software EuroCalculus [Cash logistics in retailing — inventory management of cash during the Euro-changeover phase with the software EuroCalculus].

Colloquium on European Retail Research. Customers, retail agglomerations and urban place marketing. Planning and Implementing a Retail Strategy: Gittenberger, Ernst, Teller, Christoph. Betriebstypen des Handel - Begrifflichkeiten, Typologisierung und Entwicklungslinien [Store formats in retailing — Terms, typologies and developments]. Strategien — Perspektiven — Internationaler Wettbewerb [Handbook retailing. Strategies — perspectives — international competition], Eds.: Retailing in the United Kingdom — a synopsis.

Betriebstypenspezifisches Kaufverhalten von älteren KonsumentInnen [Store format specific shopping behaviour of elderly consumers].

Ageing Society - Altern in der Stadt: Aktuelle Trends und ihre Bedeutung für die strategische Stadtentwicklung. Hanappi-Egger, Edeltraud, Schnedlitz, Peter, pp. Das Einkaufszentrum als Agglomerationsklasse - begriffliche Diskussion und empirische Evaluierung von Agglomerationseffekten [The Shopping Mall as an Agglomeration Format — conceptual discussion and empirical evaluation]. Agglomerationseffekte und Bestandverhaeltnisse in Einkaufszentren. Innovationen in Marketing und Handel.

The Schwarzkopf-Rilken and Veropoulos Case. Determinanten der Einkaufsstättenwahl als Faktoren für die wahrgenommene Attraktivität von Handelsagglomerationen — Tradierte Thesen auf dem Prüfstand [Antecedents of Retail Agglomeration Choice — questioning existing believes and findings]. Der österreichische Handel Daten — Fakten — Analysen. Voithofer, Peter, Gittenberger, Ernst, pp. Peter Lang Europäischer Verlag der Wissenschaften.

Phänomene der Distributionsforschung im Spannungsfeld zwischen Aquisition und Logistik [Phenomena in distribution research in between Marketing and Logistics]. Verkaufsstellenlogistik als Intra-Logistiksystem des Handels - konzeptionelle Entwicklung und empirische Leistungsüberprüfung [Instore Logistics as Intra Retail Logistics Systems — conceptual development and empirical performance measurement]. Instore-Logistik - Konzeptionelle Überlegungen und empirische Befunde [Instore Logistics — conceptual discussion and empirical findings].

Instore-Logistik als neuralgischer Brückenkopf einer Supply Chain - Modellbildung, empirische Bestandsaufnahme und Simulation [The Neuralgic Importance of Instore Logistics within Supply Chains — model development, empirical evaluation and simulation].

Logistik Management, Innovative Logistikonzepte. Lasch, Rainer, Janker, Christian, pp. Consumer Behaviour and Business Strategies.

Kornum, Niels, Mogens, Bjerre, pp. Research Methodologies in Supply Chain Management. Neue Erkenntnisse für Praxis und Wissenschaft des Handels. Teller, Christoph, Kotzab, Herbert. Theoretical discussion and empirical implications.

Strategy and Organization in Supply Chains. Jahrbuch für Vertriebs- und Handelsmanagement Marktstrategische Veränderungen in der Hersteller-Handels-Dyade. Supply Chain Controlling in Theorie und Praxis. Stölzle, Wolfgang, Otto, Andreas, pp. Cost Efficiency in Supply Chains - a conceptual discrepancy?

Cost Management in Supply Chains. Seuring, Stefan, Goldbach, Maria, pp. Logistikkosten- und -leistungsrechnung im Handel. Ergebnisse einer empirischen Bestandsaufnahme [Logistics Cost Accounting and Performance Measurement in Retailing — empirical insights]. Jahrbuch für Controlling und Rechnungswesen Trends im internationalen Management - Strategien, Instrumente und Methoden. O'Callaghan, Edmund, Murray, John: On the Interdependencies Between Markets and City-centres.

Rediscovering the Essentiality of Marketing. Petruzzellis, Luca, Winer, Russell S.. Proceedings of the Academy of Marketing Conference Turku Business School University of Turku , pp.

Proceedings of the Colloquium on European Research in Retailing TBS Research Centre, pp. Book of Abstracts of the Academy of Marketing Conference Teller, Christoph, Floh, Arne. Research into retail patronage and its key antecedents — retrospective and future views. Picot-Coupey, Karine, Cliquet, Gerard. University of Bremen, pp.

Alexander, Andrew, Teller, Christoph. British Academy of Management. The competition between shopping malls and urban retail and service clusters — international insights. Urban retail and service clusters vs.

Holweg, Christina, Teller, Christoph. Avoidable Food Waste in Retail Stores. Supply Chain Management Execution: International Insights on Antecedents and Subsequent Performance. Holweg, Matthias, Srai, Jagjit Singh. Lugli, Gianpiero, Ziliani Cristina. Teller, Christoph, Ernst Gittenberger. The Development of Consumer Logistics. Volume 3, Innsbruck, Austria, pp.

Agglomeration Formats, Attractiveness and Consumer Patronage. Strategic Challenges and Opportunities in Uncertain Times. Description and Evaluation of Instore Logistics Processes. SCM Implementation in Organizations: Supply Chain Management Implementation in Austria.

Determinants of Store Choice: Teller, Christoph, Kotzab, Herbert W. Home Delivery and Online Consumer Motivations: Neglected Elements in the Dark Side of Shopping. Operations Management as a Change Agent. Van Wasserhove, Luk N. Proposing a Model of Consumer Logistics.

The Consumer Direct Myopia. Bestandsmanagement von Bargeld als logistisches Aufgabenfeld des Handels [Cash management in retailing]. Forschung für Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft. Effizienzmessung in der Handelslogistik. Eine empirische Bestandsaufnahme in Wiener Handelsunternehmen [Measuring efficiency in retail logistics. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Management of Technology. Hosni, Yasser, Khalil, Tarek. The Introduction of the Euro and its Logistical Consequences.

An empirical case analysis. Proceedings of the 2nd International conference on Co-operation and Competition. Critical in-store marketing and store operations issues - a literature review. Themes and priorities in in-store marketing and operations — a research agenda. Die urbane Handelsagglomeration - Mehr als die Summe ihrer Teile. Treiber von Agglomerationseffekten aus der Sicht von Handels- und Dienstleistungsunternehmen. Einfluss olfaktorischer Reize auf das Kaufverhalten in Handelsagglomerationen [The impact of olfactory stimuli on the shopping behaviour in retail agglomerations].

Schriftenreihe Handel und Marketing. Ist der Käufer Opfer oder Täter? Kumulativer Projektbericht für den Jubiläumsfond der Stadt Wien [The cost of shopping and its impact on the competition between retail sites. Institute for Retailing and Marketing. Empirische Trendforschung im Handel - Lebensmittelhandel bis [Empirical trend research in retailing — the grocery sector from to ].

Evaluierung und Wahrnehmung logistischer Leistungen von Konsumenten im Rahmen der Beschaffung von Waren [Evaluation and perception of logistics activities undertaken by consumers when shopping at store-based retail formats]. Slowenien und Österreich im Vergleich. A comparison between Slovenia and Austria. Die Wirtschaftskammer Österreich als Dienstleistungsunternehmen. Logistikleistungsmessung am Ende der Supply Chain [Instore logistics in grocery retailing — performance measurement at the end of the supply chain].

Perspektiven im Handel [The Austrian retail sector — facts and figures]. Syngergieeffekte durch lokale und branchenspezifische Handelskooperationen [Generating synergies through local and industry specific retail co-operations]. Endbericht zum Wirtschaftsuniversitätspreis der Wirtschaftskammer Wien.

Alternative Kommunikationspolitik für Kinder [Alternative communication strategies towards kids in retailing]. Schriftenreihe Handel und Marketing , Nr. Schriftenreihe Handel und Marketing , 35, Ed.: Hauszustellung von Lebensmitteln [Home delivery of groceries]. Synergieeffekte durch lokale und branchenspezifische Synergieeffekte [Generating synergies through local and industry specific retail co-operations].

Zwischenbericht zum Wirtschaftsuniversitätspreis der Wirtschaftskammer Wien. Betriebswirtschaftliche Einkaufsstättenforschung im Spannungsfeld zwischen Marketing und Logistik. Dissertation , Vienna University of Economics and Business. Chancen für Klein- und Mittelbetriebe. Diplomarbeit , Vienna University of Economics and Business. Austropack , 4, pp. Handel einst, jetzt und Regal , 9, pp. Wiener Wirtschaft , 49, p. Und noch ist jede Menge Kapital am Markt. Unser Service für IZ-Abonnenten: Alle Zwangsversteigerungen in Deutschland - täglich aktuell, übersichtlich geordnet und kostenfrei!

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Das stärkste Wachstum ist inParis zu verzeichnen. Deutschland kann sich mit gleich fünf Städten in den Top 20 positionieren. Umgekehrt weist kein anderes europäisches Land ein ähnlich breites Angebot an Top-Einzelhandelsstandorten auf. Die Dezentralität ist die wesentliche Stärke des Handelsstandorts Deutschland und einer der Hauptgründe für die anhaltend hohe Bedeutung in den Expansionsplänen internationaler Handelsunternehmen.

Nirgendwo sonst in Europa finden diese bei vergleichsweise moderaten Spitzenmieten ein vielfältigeres Angebot an hervorragend aufgestellten Standorten vor. Danach erreicht Zara als einziger Einzelhändler eine hundertprozentige Abdeckung in den insgesamt 57 untersuchten europäischen Städten.

Das spanische Modeunternehmen führt damit die Tabelle in punkto Marktabdeckung an. Insgesamt gibt es damit lediglich neun Handelsunternehmen, die eine Marktabdeckung von mindestens 80 Prozent aufweisen.

Dominiert werden die Top Einzelhändler mit der höchsten Marktabdeckung von Mainstream-Anbietern, die in dieser Gruppe auf einen Anteil von 60 Prozent kommen. Eine wichtige Rolle spielen dabei die traditionell sehr international aufgestellten Luxuslabels.