October 2013
American Journal of Agricultural Economics;Oct2013, Vol. 95 Issue 5, p1216
Academic Journal
The article discusses a study on slotting allowances to supermarket retailers which was presented at an invited paper session at the 2013 Allied Social Sciences Association in San Diego, California. It discusses the bar bell model of consumer preferences and its implications for slotting allowances. It explores the significance of the research on retail practice such as retail pricing and provision of product variety.


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