The Influence of a Shortened Magazine Supply Duration on Newsstand Magazine Sales
AbstractThis article examines how shortened magazine supply duration of magazines effects newsstand sales. Based on a quasi-experimental design, panel data are gathered from a total of 33 newsstand vendors in cooperation with a magazine wholesaler in southwestern Germany. As results show, a shortening in magazines' supply duration does not lead to a significant decrease in a newsstand vendor's or a wholesaler's overall revenues. Furthermore, diverse categories of magazines are affected differently by a shortening of supply durations.
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Volume (Year): 20 (2007)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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