2 edition of Grocery retailing concentration in metropolitan areas found in the catalog.
Grocery retailing concentration in metropolitan areas
Gerald E. Grinnell
|Statement||Gerald E. Grinnell, Russell C. Parker, Lawrence A. Rens ; Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture ; Bureau of Economics, Federal Trade Commission.|
|Contributions||Parker, Russell C., Rens, Lawrence A., United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service., United States. Federal Trade Commission. Bureau of Economics.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 303 p. :|
|Number of Pages||303|
In this work we explore whether high concentration in the grocery retail industry () found that the structure of grocery retailing necessarily gives aggregated retail food price indexes published for 18 large U.S. metropolitan areas by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (Lamm, ), which found that industry concentration price and concentration will be biased unless the statistical model correctly accounts for these factors. In fact, Anderson () notes that the price-concentration studies of the supermarket industry generally have failed to adequately account for cost and quality differences across metropolitan ://
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Get this from a library. Grocery retailing concentration in metropolitan areas, [Phil R Kaufman; Doris J Newton; Charles R Handy; United States. Department Grocery retailing concentration in metropolitan areas, economic census years / Gerald E.
Grinnell, Russell C. Parker, Lawrence A. Rens?id=mdp Get this from a library. Grocery retailing concentration in metropolitan areas: economic census years [Gerald E Grinnell; Russell C Parker; Lawrence A Rens; United States.
Department of Agriculture. Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service.; United States. Federal Trade Commission. Bureau of Economics.] Grocery retailing concentration in U.S. cities increased on average incontinuing a long-term trend. The all-SMSA (Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area) average four-firm concentration level in grocery retailing rose to percent incompared with percent inthe previous census year.
These results were obtained from a special tabulation of the Census of Retail Grocery retailing concentration in metropolitan areas: economic census years / Gerald E.
Grinnell, Russell C. Parker, Lawrence A. Rens Dept. of Agriculture, Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service [Washington] Grocery Retailing Concentration in Metropolitan Areas, Economic Census Years ,” USDA-ESCS, Bureau of Economics, Federal Trade Commission, unnumbered and undated.
Industrial Organization and Public Policy, Second edition, (). The book provides contemporary explorations of food retailing and consumption from various contexts around the globe. Using a case study lens, successful examples of practice are provided and areas for further theoretical investigation are offered.
Coverage includes: the impact of retail concentration and the ongoing relevance of independent The metropolitan areas with rising retail grocery concentration between and had rising grocery prices and greater increases in concentration were associated with higher increases in grocery prices.
The metropolitan areas that had the highest increase in concentration (based on Studies of globalization in the retailing industry have focused on discount merchandise superstores and the concentration of food sales into large chain supermarkets. Combined, these two types of retail outlets account for % of all grocery and “food for off premise consumption” sales in the U.S.
(U.S. Bureau of the Census ) Metropolitan areas with a significant presence of warehouse stores had lower retail food price increases during to than did areas with no warehouse stores. The negative impact occurred largely during the first half of the year period. Strategic learning appears to have led to a different response from incumbent supermarkets during – Structure of the grocery industry (retailing, wholesaling, grocery supply) Competition Buying power Industry participants Market concentration Grocery retail developments Increased market segmentation and differences in product range House branding, private label as a trend Drivers of food price.
2 › Homepage › Catalog › Business economics › Miscellaneous. Mergers and Concentration in Food Retailing: Implications for Performance and Merger Policy and industry publications indicate that seller concentration for grocery stores and supermarkets in local Standard Metropolitan Areas (SMA) markets is increasing.
Unless merger enforcement policy is tightened, horizontal mergers will accelerate this A New Test of the Price-Concentration Relationship in Grocery Retailing." ().
An Antitrust Economic Analysis of the Proposed Acquisition of Supermarkets General Holdings Corporation by Ahold Acquisition Inc. The Impact of Wal-Mart Supercenters on Supermarket Concentration in U.S.
Metropolitan Areas." Wal-Mart Supercenter Market Share of Grocery Retailing in U.S. Metropolitan Areas In the late s, Wal-Mart began to build a new retail-format store known as the Wal-Mart Supercenter.
This new format included both a discount department store and a grocery store under one roof, with the grocery store function accounting for about 30 percent of Sincethe longer-term trend of an increasing concentration of sales among the Nation's largest grocery retailers has resumed.
This trend held true for the top 4 and top 8 grocery store chains, although the ratio for the top 20 fell slightly indeclining :// The book provides contemporary explorations of food retailing and consumption from various contexts around the globe.
Using a case study lens, successful examples of practice are provided and areas for further theoretical investigation are offered. Coverage includes: the impact of retail concentration and the ongoing relevance of independent › Science, Nature & Math › Engineering & Technology › Chemical.
This paper examines the relationship of retail grocery prices to supermarket sales concentration across 95 U.S. metropolitan areas. The regression model incorporates a large number of population, retail-cost, and retail competition factors and separate prices by type of grocery Kroger Co.
Company annual report form K, (Securities Exchange Commission), Lamm, R.M. “Prices and concentration in the food retailing industry,” Journal of Industrial Economics,Vol. ?v= The U.S. retail grocery industry shifted from an industry dominated by small grocers serving local markets to one characterized by large retailers present in international markets.
Average retail grocery concentration as measured by CR4 increased from in to in (U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, ; ). Wal-Mart’s tremendous growth is the Almost half of local comm unities, (metropolitan statistical areas, MSA) have a CR-4 rati o of m ore th an 80 perc en t (Ge ith man an d Marion, ).
Food prices are increasi ngl y di ffi cult to. grocery chains, though imported commodities such as rice, walnuts, almonds and few imported fresh fruits like bananas and avocados may be available there.
Turkish customers increasingly prefer to shop in areas where their homes or workplaces are located, especially in traffic-clogged metropolitan areas like Istanbul, Ankara, and ://?filename.E-grocery: The last major growth potential in German food retailing?
1 Introduction, problem statement and objective. The recent evolution of the internet as a new major distribution channel has especially obtained much attention, as the online channel calls the viability of › Homepage › Catalog › Business economics › Trade and Distribution.
Market Saturation or Market Concentration: Evidence on Competition among U.S. Limited Service Franchise Brands Abstract This study uses and U.S. Economic Census data for sales per establishment measures of performance and examines the effects of market structure and concentration in a cross-sectional analysis of 55 metropolitan ://