Efficiency evaluation of retail outlet networks
The authors generate alternative location-covering scenarios for retail outiet networks by using a programming model which guarantees the spatial market 'adequacy' of individual facility sites. The notion of relative spatial efficiency is then used to evaluate these scenarios and to develop information constructs which support many of the managerial decisions necessary for the appropriate structuring of such networks.
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