Clothes maketh the man and the regional mall

Roderick Duncan, Terence Bossomaier, Steven D'Alessandro, Daniel Murphy

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The attraction of shopping malls as a retailing structure can be explained by the interrelationships that exist between stores and the benefits these provide consumers. Malls can provide centers or anchors, (department and supermarkets), attractions (fashion, cinema and entertainment) and reasons to prolong a shopping trip (or stickiness, such as coffee, snacks and meals), which benefit in an ecological sense other retailers. In this paper we argue that the importance of attractions (destinations) is crucial for the survival of regional malls.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication14th International Conference on Modeling and Applied Simulation (MAS 2015) (held at the 12th International Multidisciplinary Modeling and Simulation Multi-Conference
Subtitle of host publicationI3M2015)
Place of PublicationRed Hook, New York
Number of pages8
ISBN (Electronic)9781510813816
Publication statusPublished - 2015
EventI3M 2015 Multiconference - Bergeggi, Italy, Italy
Duration: 21 Sept 201523 Sept 2015


ConferenceI3M 2015 Multiconference


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