小売業における立地問題<br>The Dynamics of Property Location : Value and the Factors Which Drive the Location of Shops, Offices and Other Land Uses

個数:

小売業における立地問題
The Dynamics of Property Location : Value and the Factors Which Drive the Location of Shops, Offices and Other Land Uses

  • 在庫がございません。海外の書籍取次会社を通じて出版社等からお取り寄せいたします。
    通常6~9週間ほどで発送の見込みですが、商品によってはさらに時間がかかることもございます。
    重要ご説明事項
    1. 納期遅延や、ご入手不能となる場合がございます。
    2. 複数冊ご注文の場合、分割発送となる場合がございます。
    3. 美品のご指定は承りかねます。
  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 240 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415246453
  • DDC分類 333.332

基本説明

The book considers location in the retail industry.

Full Description


Why is property located where it is and how has this process changed in recent years? A number of factors such as social change and technological development, have affected location and these are considered. Value, the way changing patterns are measured, is examined and there is a discussion of rent contours. The book considers location in the retail industry, looking at the theory, hierarchy, clustering and dispersal. The move to out of town sites, with its three waves of decentralisation, is described. Central place theory, dating from the 1930s, is discounted as being obsolete and misleading. Finally the book covers offices, industrial and residential property.

Table of Contents

        List of figures                            xi
List of tables xiii
Acknowledgements xv
Introduction 1 (7)
Preface 1 (1)
Dynamics 2 (1)
Forces 3 (1)
Elements 4 (2)
Themes 6 (2)
Location and politics 8 (11)
Politics 8 (1)
The retailer -- disturber of the peace 9 (1)
The planner -- guardian of the faith 10 (2)
Riding the hierarchy 12 (2)
The search for consensus 14 (2)
The coming of the third wave 16 (3)
The importance of technology 19 (10)
The impact of technology 19 (1)
The car and its effect on behaviour 20 (3)
The car and the environment 23 (3)
The revolution in distribution 26 (3)
The importance of value 29 (21)
A world of extremes 29 (3)
How valuation works 32 (2)
Residual value 34 (1)
Patterns of rent 35 (2)
Rent mountains 37 (3)
The move west 40 (1)
Areas of growth 41 (2)
Pigs and pythons 43 (3)
Yields and investment 46 (4)
A little theory 50 (11)
Forces in Conflict 50 (2)
Central Place theory 52 (3)
Gravity models 55 (2)
Retail location models 57 (4)
Hierarchy 61 (19)
Hierarchy and ranking 61 (4)
The traditional retail hierarchy 65 (2)
A retail hierarchy for 2000 67 (7)
A typology of shopping centres 74 (6)
The desire to cluster 80 (12)
Minimising the search 80 (1)
The ice-cream man 81 (2)
Maximising the benefit 83 (3)
Tenant mix 86 (3)
Retail economics and shop rents 89 (3)
The desire to disperse 92 (12)
Minimising the trip 92 (2)
The effect of branding 94 (4)
The three waves of decentralisation 98 (3)
Retailing and leisure 101 (3)
Office location 104 (20)
Ways of work 104 (1)
Types of office user 105 (1)
Why pay more in central London? 106 (4)
The seed pod model 110 (4)
The Skyscraper puzzle 114 (3)
Rent contours 117 (7)
Industrial location 124 (13)
Manufacturing location 124 (2)
Warehouse location 126 (3)
The Toyota story 129 (2)
Science parks and hi-tech 131 (2)
Rent contours 133 (4)
People and houses 137 (15)
Demographics 137 (4)
A question of density 141 (3)
Residential location 144 (3)
Location theory 147 (1)
Evidence 148 (4)
Home shopping and the Internet 152 (9)
Introduction 152 (1)
Home shopping 153 (1)
The advantages of the Internet 154 (3)
The problems of delivery 157 (2)
Clicks and mortar 159 (2)
Bibliography 161 (7)
Index 168