Impactos de las grandes superficies comerciales sobre el comercio tradicional y de las medidas regulatorias
[Big retaling facilities´ impact on traditional retail and regulatory laws]
In Argentina, big firms in retailing (some of them of foreign capital) established during the 90s fed concerns between authorities, intellectuals and population in general, about their impact upon the traditional segment, both in terms of number of establishments and employment. By late 90s, regulatory measures setting restrictions on public authorisation for new big retailing facilities were adopted in various provinces. A new wave of sets up is taking place since 2003, in parallel with consumption recovery. Our goal here is directed to evaluate both the effectiveness of regulation and the impact of big commercial establishments recently installed.
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- Loreto Lira & Rosario Rivero & Rodrigo Vergara, 2005. "Entry and Prices: Evidence from the Chilean Supermarket Industry," Documentos de Trabajo 299, Instituto de Economia. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile..
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