Retailing Environments in Developing Countries

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Index

a
Abichou, H. 238
Abrak Khaitan 102 , 103 , 115
Abu, K. 215 , 216
Abu-Ayyash Abdul-Ilah 102
Abuja 80
adaptation 262
Adler, N. 248
adoption 262
African Council of Hawkers and Informal Businesses (ACHIB) 124 -5, 125
African countries 6 ;
see also under individual names
Ajiferuke, M. 248
Alao, N.A. 55
Aldrich, H. 262
Algeria 44 -5
Allen, H. 142 , 143
Allen, J. 143
Al-Mudahekh, Abdul-Rhman 104
Alor Setar 207 -8
Al-Shadli, Fawzi 104
Al-Tabeii, Jabar 104
Amine, L.S. 202 , 266
Amman 219 -25
Anderson, A. 25 , 148 , 150
Andraw, G. 74
Anker, R. 215
apartheid 118 , 120
Arab oil states 5 - 6 ;
see also under individual names
Arabs, ethnodomination and 138
Ariana 238
Arndt, J. 12 , 21 , 45 , 202 , 246 , 262
Asian grocers 262
Avasthi, P. 244 , 245
Avenue Mohammed V 239
Awkaf shopping complex 108 , 109
Axinn, G.H. 18

b
Baier, S. 72
Baker, R.W. 247
Bamenda 59 , 60 , 61 -2
bananas 185
Bangkok 107
Baran, P. 201
Barkah 140
Bartels, R. 31
Bata Shoe Company 75 , 264
Bauer, P.T. 66 , 71 , 83 -1
Baxter, M. 158
Beavon, K.S.O. 55 , 118 , 173
Johannesburg street traders 120 , 122 , 126 ;
flower sellers 131 ;
fruit and vegetable sellers 132 ;
repression 121 ;
women 127 , 129 , 130
Beckman, B. 74
beef 176
Beirut 239
Beittel, M. 119 , 129
beldi228 , 228 -9, 229 -30, 234
Beneria, L. 219
Benin 76
Bent, J. 140
Berbers 266
Berg, E.J. 177
Berque, J. 236 , 237
Berriane, M 89
Berry, B.J.L. 97

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