An Econometric Analysis on Organized and Unorganized Retail Share
The present study strives to find the various determinants of the relative share of organized and unorganized retail sector of a country. A multiple regression model has been used in this study to find these determinants. Results from the analysis reveal that GDP, women’s participation rate, foreign investment freedom and urbanization rate of a country, positively influence the growth of the relative share of organized retail sector. The results obtained in this study would very helpful in understanding the growth patterns of Indian organized retail sector in the future.
Volume (Year): 1 (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (September)
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