How the New Rules of Exchange on Markets Are Justified
Continuous relational conflicts between market sellers in Russian consumer markets are derived not only from redistribution of value added in the supply chain but also from a lack of legitimacy faced by the new rules of exchange. The paper explains the economic meaning of slotting allowances and other additional contract requirements as viewed by market sellers. A major source of data comes from a series of in-depth interview with retail managers and their suppliers.
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