The Journal of Retail Marketing & Distribution Management focuses on issues of strategic significance in retailing and distribution worldwide and provides a forum for researchers in academia, business, consultancy and management. The competitive retail sector is under pressure to provide efficient services to hold its share of the market. As consumers demand higher levels of service and supply, they are simultaneously wooed by other alternatives like mail order and out of-town-shopping. The International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management provides a link between production and consumer, and by understanding their relationship it allows retail personnel to study operations practice in other organizations, and to compare methodologies. The mission of this journal is to publish empirical research that tests, extends or builds business management theory and contributes to quality assurance practice. All empirical methods including qualitative, quantitative, fields, laboratory and combination methods and are welcome.


Focus and Scope Covers:

  • Management and retail marketing
  • Marketing management and strategies
  • Relationship management
  • Retail Management and communication
  • New venture start-up
  • Retail buying
  • MIS and Retail Management
  • Demographics and Retail Business
  • HRM and Retail Business
  • Innovation in Retail Management