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Heritage tourism, retail revival and city center revitalization : a case study of Koper, Slovenia
Armand Faganel, Beti Reisman, Tina Tomažič, 2023, original scientific article

Abstract: The focus of the paper is the revitalization of a heritage city center and the significance of retail trade and cruise ship tourism within this context. Fundamental concepts have been presented in the literature review and explored the factors contributing to the decline of old city centers. The empirical section of the paper comprises a case study that highlights a specific municipality's efforts to revive its heritage city center. The main attraction in Koper is its well-preserved medieval city center with five centuries old Venetian architecture. An analysis of the municipality's initiatives has been made and a qualitative study that investigates the perceptions and experiences of stakeholders regarding the situation and the municipality's actions to preserve commercial activity in the city center. The results of the semi-structured interviews conducted with three distinct stakeholder groups were analyzed using the qualitative content analysis method. The findings reveal that the chosen municipality has achieved relative success in revitalizing its heritage city. Concurrently, stakeholders' perspectives were utilized to identify potential drawbacks and explore opportunities for mitigating them. The paper concludes by presenting theoretical and methodological contributions to the field of heritage city centers revitalization, not only in the selected municipality but also beyond. These insights inform the appropriate sustainable policy development and marketing strategy.
Keywords: revitalization, retail trade, marketing strategy, city center, stakeholders, heritage
Published in DKUM: 04.06.2024; Views: 70; Downloads: 12
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Application of the Huff's probability model on selected large-area retail units in Košice in the context of transformational changes in retail after 1989 in Slovakia
Jana Fertal'ová, Pavol Varga, 2007, original scientific article

Abstract: After 1989 there have been rather significant qualitative and spatial changes in retail trade network in Slovakia. The behaviour of trader as well as consumer is changing. Supranational trade networks with their large hypermarkets are penetrating our trade. In last four years the share of hypermarket shopping in Slovakia has increased more than twice, and the share of small shops and counter shops is decreasing despite the fact that they keep the highest average annual shopping frequention. Hypermarkets continuously make a profit of new customers.
Keywords: retail, shopping behaviour, Slovakia, hypermarket, retail store, intensity of attendance, accessibility area of attendance, the Huff´s probability model
Published in DKUM: 13.03.2018; Views: 1025; Downloads: 120
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Current suburbanisation trends in the Czech Republic and spatial transformation of retail
Pavel Ptáček, Zdeněk Szczyrba, 2007, original scientific article

Abstract: The main topic of the article is commercial suburbanisation in the Czech Republic on the example of changes in retail. In the first part it is described the mechanism of suburbanisation, its causes, forms and social, economic and ecological consequences. In the next part we deal with the transition of retail, its spatial dimension with special regard to suburbanisation process. Spatial changes in retail on the example of Olomouc and their causes and consequences are described.
Keywords: suburbanisation, retail, Czech Republic, Olomouc, cities, urban development, spatial development, retail
Published in DKUM: 13.03.2018; Views: 1008; Downloads: 104
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Vertical marketing systems, supply chains and the new indicators of retailing's significance
Zdenko Segetlija, Josip Mesarić, Davor Dujak, 2014, original scientific article

Abstract: In modern vertical marketing systems (i.e., in grocery sector), the greatest power is demonstrated by retail chains, and producers depend thereupon. This paper analyzes vertical marketing systems and the role of retailing therein. Specially analyzed is the power of retail chains’ demand with regard to the entire supply chains they head, as well as the present-day new competition in retailing and modern business concepts related to the vertical marketing systems. Additionally, analyzed are also select indicators to examine the significance of retailing in an individual national economy. The purpose of this paper is to emphasize the new indicators of significance of retailing in economy with regard to the realized GDP, as a component of value chains. These indicators complement the usual retailing significance analyses from the point of view of its share in the number of employees and the number of companies. From the conducted analysis, one may conclude that the vertical marketing systems become increasingly important, and retailing assumes a new role in economy in that sense. Thus, new indicators of retailing significance might also be necessary.
Keywords: vertical marketing systems, retailing, retail chains, retail supply chain, significance of retailing
Published in DKUM: 17.11.2017; Views: 1693; Downloads: 425
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Model of determining the stability of retail deposits with higher outflow rates
Aleksandra Murks Bašič, 2015, original scientific article

Abstract: Retail deposits are treated as one of the cheapest and most stable funding sources for banks, especially for those with high volumes of retail deposits. A bank defines three main categories of retail deposits that are subject to different outflow rates for the purpose of liquidity coverage requirements in reporting and compliance. The outflow rates for the first two main groups are 5% and 10% respectively, but for the third main group the bank calculates its own outflow rates. We analyzed the latter in this paper. Each bank should assign retail deposits to one of the three categories based on the number and type of predetermined risk factors. Risk factors are divided into two groups according to the degree of risk. The paper first describes the legislative framework, followed by the method of calculating higher outflow rates for retail deposits according to the historical movements and the expected volatility assessment in the situation of stress conditions. At the end of the paper, we briefly provide the future treatment of retail deposits with higher outflow rates.
Keywords: retail deposits, stability, transactional account, LCR, deposit guarantee scheme, depositors, higher outflow rates, Basel III
Published in DKUM: 14.11.2017; Views: 1527; Downloads: 169
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Cenovne disparitete v slovenskem gospodarstvu
Egon Žižmond, 1990, professional article

Abstract: V slovenskem gospodarstvu so prisotne znatne cenovne disparitete, ki otežujejo tudi vključevanje slovenskega gospodarstva v evropski gospodarski prostor. Članek analizira disparitete proizvajalnih in drobnoprodajnih cen ter razlike med izvoznimi cenami na eni ter direktnimi stroški, lastnimi cenami in proizvajalnimi cenami na drugi strani. Ker je večina disparitet posledica etatističnega ekonomskega sistema in administriranja v ekonomski politiki, bi le reforma ekonomskega sistema in ustreznejša ekonomska politika lahko omogočila oblikovanje normalnejših cenovnih razmerij.
Keywords: cene, gibanje cen, Slovenija, proizvajalna cena, produkcijska cena, politika cen, industrijska politika, prodaja na drobno, dinamični model, prodajna cena, prices, price movement, Slovenia, production price, price policy, retail sale, sales price, dynamical model
Published in DKUM: 10.07.2015; Views: 1439; Downloads: 33
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