International Articles: Big Boxes versus Traditional Shopping Centers: Looking at Households' Shopping Trip Patterns
Biba, Gjin, Rosiers, François Des, Theriault, Marius, Villeneuve, Paul, Journal of Real Estate Literature
In this paper, the competition between, on the one hand, regional and super-regional shopping centers and, on the other hand, "category killers" and "big boxes" is analyzed using discrete choice modeling (logistic regression). An extensive Origin-Destination phone survey in the Quebec Metropolitan Area in 2001 provides detailed information on both households' socioeconomic and demographic profiles and daily trip patterns, making it is possible to identify and model customers' shopping destination choices. The findings suggest that several trip and household attributes impact customers' choice for either big boxes or traditional shopping centers: trip purpose, …
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Publication information: Article title: International Articles: Big Boxes versus Traditional Shopping Centers: Looking at Households' Shopping Trip Patterns. Contributors: Biba, Gjin - Author, Rosiers, François Des - Author, Theriault, Marius - Author, Villeneuve, Paul - Author. Journal title: Journal of Real Estate Literature. Volume: 14. Issue: 2 Publication date: January 1, 2006. Page number: 175+. © 2002 Journal of Real Estate Literature. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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