Determinants of Shopping Behavior of Urban Consumers
Graduate School of Administration and Management (EGADE), Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education (ITESM) - Mexico City Campus
March 1, 2009
This study explores the influence of geo-demographic settings of commercial centers, customer attractions in shopping malls, and route to shopping of urban shoppers. The present research analyzes retailing patterns in urban areas in reference to customer orientation strategies, product search behavior and enhancing the customer value. Interrelationship among urban retailing, marketplace ambiance, conventional shopping wisdom of customers, long-term customer services, and technology led selling processes are also addressed in the study based on empirical survey. Broadly, this study makes contributions to the existing research in urban retailing towards factors determining shopping attractions, routes to shopping, and establishing the customer-centric strategies of the firms.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 38
Keywords: Shopping mall, multi-channel retailing, consumer behavior, customer-centric strategy, market attractiveness, customer satisfaction
JEL Classification: D12, L81, M31
Date posted: March 2, 2009
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