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Economic report on the structure and competitive behavior of food retailing.

United States. Federal Trade Commission. Bureau of Economics.

Economic report on the structure and competitive behavior of food retailing.

by United States. Federal Trade Commission. Bureau of Economics.

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Published by [U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Food industry and trade -- United States.,
  • Food law and legislation.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination372 p. :
    Number of Pages372
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14350070M

    Competitive Analysis Retailing is the subject of a number of drivers of change, which affects the environment within which retailing operates. The overall effect of these drivers on retailing can be broadly summed up as concentration, price and cost pressures and complication. Concentration emerges in the sense of business concentration as the.  : Fast Retailing website SR: Sustainability Report SD: Sustainability Data Book FY AR: Annual Reports SCR: Year-end Report /19 FB: Fact Book FY; General Standard Disclosures: Organizational profile: Name of the organization [FR] About Us > Company Overview [AR] P67 CORPORATE INFORMATION: Activities, brands.

    retailing are financial statistics, industry trends and drivers, and supply chain challenges and opportunities. Retail Financial Statistics Based on the S&P General Retail Industry report that was released in May , retail sales in equated to .   First, we have attempted to measure certain market characteristics which economic theory and emprical studies suggest as being important determinants of competitive behavior. This involved the often tedious task of compiling data necessary to understand the nature and to measure the magnitude of these changes.

    Economic report on the structure and competitive behavior of food retailing. ([U.S. Govt. Print. Off.], ), by United States. Federal Trade Commission. Bureau of Economics (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) The vending of food and beverages; a sanitation ordinance and code. (Washington, []), by United States. Public Health Service. Due to the lack of price competition, the price-cost margins in the industry are the highest across U.S. food manufacturers, ranging between 60 and .


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Washington, D.C.: Supt. of Docs, U.S.G.P.O. Economic report on the structure and competitive behavior of food retailing. Author United States. Federal Trade Commission. Bureau of Economics. Economic report on the structure and competitive behavior of food retailing.

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OCLC Number: Notes: Publication R [Included as chap. 9 in Economic report on structure and competitive behavior of food retailing, ]. Document for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, paper, 30c. CRDP Project Historic Shelflist record.

The organization of the US food industry, competition and decision-making are considered. Part I deals with market structure, efficiency and growth aspects of the industry. Part II analyzes price competition and non-price competition, i.e.

trading stamps. Part III examines costs and returns and the competitive performance of different types of food retailers.

We develop a model to examine competitive conditions in the U.S. food retailing industry for the years to and the effect of financial leverage on industry cost conditions.

Changes in total current liabilities contributed to increases in costs while increases in long‐term debt were associated with lower costs. Downloadable (with restrictions). We develop a flexible model to examine competitive conditions in the food retailing industry based on the Box-Cox transformation of the demand and industry equilibrium conditions.

The impact of key technological and market developments on shifts in the competitive index is examined. Adoption of optical scanning technology was positively related. presented. The impact of imperfect competition in the food processing sector on retailing is also examined.

It is argued that a combination of the approaches that minimises the weaknesses and builds on the strengths of single approaches may prove more promising for examining non-competitive behaviour.

uction ‘Market power is like the. ERS provides information on food store sales and sales growth, the share of food sales by retail segment, and industry structure. Sales and Sales Growth. The Nation'straditional food stores sold $ billion of retail food and nonfood products in Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States.

Federal Trade Commission. OCLC Number: Notes: "January " Originally issued as chapter 9 in Economic report on the structure and competitive behavior of food retailing,prepared by the staff of the Bureau of Economics of the Federal Trade Commission.

Description: vi, 44 pages. “Economic Report on the Structure and Competitive Behavior of Food Retailing: A Staff Report,” Federal Trade Commission, Jan. [9] “Wal-Mart Ratchets Up Pressure on Suppliers to Cut Prices,” Paul Ziobro and Serena Ng, Wall Street Journal, Mar.

31, ; “Big Food Faces Pressure From Retailers Demanding Discounts,” Annie. We develop a flexible model to examine competitive conditions in the food retailing industry based on the Box-Cox transformation of the demand and industry equilibrium conditions.

The impact of key technological and market developments on shifts in the competitive. Food Marketing Institute's 70th annual The Food Retailing Industry Speaks report provides the food retail industry with important operational and financial benchmarks as well as insights into strategic and tactical decisions.

The food retail industry is riding a number of positive growth trends even as it grapples with unprecedented challenges. Louise Grimmer, in Case Studies in Food Retailing and Distribution, Introduction. Food retailing is an essential economic, social, and cultural activity and a successful retail sector is a critical part of local communities.

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(Washington, D.C.: Federal Trade Commission, ) (page images at HathiTrust) United States. Federal Trade Commission: Economic report on the structure and competitive behavior of food retailing. Runyan and Droge () suggested the need to examine in detail the relationships of local retailing (structure) with local consumer loyalty (buyer behavior).

Recently, some researchers have begun to consider the functional-business (Ramakrishnan,Paswan et al.,Massa and Testa, ) and strategic planning (Veskaisri et al. With the growing importance of food safety, there can be noticed an increasing interest of food safety management in food production, trade and services companies 1,2,3.

Retail Economics publishes monthly Retail Sector Reports for the UK Food and Grocery sector giving you actionable insights for your business. It provides in-depth analysis of the latest macroeconomic and consumer trends affecting UK supermarkets and grocers including market size estimates for: Fresh & Chilled, Ambient, Alcohol and Tobacco, Non-Alcoholic and Frozen.

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Federal Trade Commission.performance, and structure of the institutions—food processors, wholesalers, retailers, and foodservice firms. Industry growth includes changes in sales for each of the four sectors, product mix, and external economic factors affecting the food system.

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