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Buyer power and competition in European food retailing

Buyer power and competition in European food retailing

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Published by Edward Elgar in Cheltenham, UK, Northampton, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Food industry and trade -- European Union countries,
  • Grocery trade -- European Union countries,
  • Retail trade -- European Union countries

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 193-195) and index

    StatementRoger Clarke ... [et al.]
    ContributionsClarke, Roger
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9015.A2 B89 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 203 p. :
    Number of Pages203
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17055721M
    ISBN 101840646853
    LC Control Number2002017910

    The Bargaining Power of Buyers, one of the forces in Porter’s Five Forces Industry Analysis Framework, refers to the pressure that customers/consumers can put on businesses to get them to provide higher quality products, better customer service, and/or lower prices Fiscal Policy Fiscal Policy refers to the budgetary policy of the government.   Porter's Five Forces of buyer bargaining power refers to the pressure consumers can exert on businesses to get them to provide higher quality products, better customer service, and lower prices. When analyzing the buyer power, conduct the industry analysis from the perspective of the seller.

    The European new entrants Aldi and Netto can be said to have enjoyed a measure of good fortune in that the most vulnerable part of the UK grocery retail market corresponds almost exactly to their own company strengths and marketing assets 13!. During the s, UK grocery retailing was caught up in the decade's general interest in "going up-market. fall, retail prices fall too, giving them yet more market share. Buyer power would not exist without retailer power, and vice versa. Figure 1 below illustrates the circular relationship. Tania Hurt-Newton 1 See Table 1. Such concentration is of long standing. See also The Abuse of Supermarket Buyer Power in the EU Food Retail Sector.

    Food Retail Industry Insights – Highlights Traditional food retailers, facing increased pressure from alternative channels, are testing new concepts to retain market share. Natural and organic supermarkets, while continuing to trade at a premium to traditional food retailers, are fighting to maintain traffic. market power of food companies since food is an essen-tial item.2 Even worse for inner-city and rural consumers, retail consolidation contributes to food deserts, areas where healthy food is inaccessible due to a lack of grocery stores. Consolidation in the Food Retail Industry Throughout the s, regional and local supermarketFile Size: KB.


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Buyer Power and Competition in European Food Retailing [Clarke, Roger] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Buyer Power and Competition in European Food RetailingCited by: In this book, leading experts in the field examine the effects of the recent growth in concentration in the European food retailing sector.

In particular, the book develops a number of buyer power propositions and builds on the previous work of several of the authors, to consider how the growth of large supermarket chains affects competition in food retailing.

In this book, leading experts in the field examine the effects of the recent growth in concentration in the European food retailing sector.

In particular, the book develops a number of buyer power propositions and builds on the previous work of several of the authors, to consider how the growth of large supermarket chains affects competition in food by: Abstract: In this book, leading experts in the field examine the effects of the recent growth in concentration in the European food retailing sector.

In particular, the book develops a number of buyer power propositions and builds on the previous work of several of the authors, to consider how the growth of large supermarket chains affects competition in food by: Buyer Power and Its Impact on Competition in the Food Retail Distribution Sector of the European Union [Not Available] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Buyer Power and Its Impact on Competition in the Food Retail Distribution Sector of the European Author: Not Available.

Buyer Power and Competition in European Food Retailing by Paul Dobson; Michael Waterson; Roger Clarke; Stephen Davies. Elgar Publishing, Incorporated, Edward, Hardcover. Competition Citation Burt, S. (), "Buyer Power and Competition in European Food Retailing", International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, Vol.

31 No. 9, pp. Author: Steven Burt. Buyer Power and Competition in European Food Retailing, Roger Clarke, Stephen Davies, Paul Dobson and Michael Waterson.

Bruce W. Marion 1 Review of Industrial Organization vol pages – () Cite this articleCited by: 1. Buyer Power and Competition in European Food Retailing, Roger Clarke, Stephen Davies, Paul Dobson and Michael Waterson. Buyer Power and its Impact on Competition in the Food Retail Distribution Sector of the European Union.

Abstract. In recent years, there has been significant consolidation and concentration in food retail distribution in the European Union, as our paper documents. We examine the implications of this from the social welfare by: BUYER POWER AND ITS IMPACT ON COMPETITION IN THE FOOD RETAIL DISTRIBUTION SECTOR OF THE EUROPEAN UNION *.

by Paul Dobson Roger Clarke Stephen Davies Michael Waterson June Addresses for correspondence: Paul Dobson, Business School, Loughborough University, Loughborough LE11 3TU, United Kingdom. The Competition Commission found that five multiples had sufficient buyer power.

that 30 practices identified by the Commission ‘adversely affect the competitiveness. The Abuse of Supermarket Buyer Power in the EU Food Retail Sector 6 Introduction This document is intended to support the written declaration 2 that was adopted by a majority of Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) on 19 Februarywhich requested the European.

Get this from a library. Buyer power and competition in European food retailing. [Roger Clarke;] -- This text examines the effects of contemporary growth in concentration in the European food retailing sector. It develops buyer power propositions & considers how the growth of large supermarket.

DG Competition 1 Buyer Power in the EU Lars-Hendrik Röller* European Commission, DG Competition (*) The views expressed are those of the author and not necessarily reflect those of the European Commission Presentation at the American Antitrust Institute Conference on “Buyer Power and Antitrust”, Washington D.C.

June 22nd, File Size: 64KB. This abuse of ‘buyer power’ has been dealt with in different ways in many EU countries. Despite large supermarkets operating in different European Union (EU) member states and cross border trade being affected through their buying and selling activities across the EU, an EU-wide approach has been lacking to date.

In the competition authorities’ practice buyer power has mainly played a role in. the following three case constellations: (i) two or more large buyers merge to. form one buyer, (ii) buyers conclude joint purchasing agreements, and (iii) dominant or powerful buyers induce suppliers who depend on them to grant.

In the Competition Authority’s view, buyer power is often exercised by retailers as a countervailing power to achieve better prices and conditions from suppliers. If such savings are passed on to consumers downstream, buyer power has beneficial effects for consumers.

The pass-on to consumers depends on theFile Size: 1MB. –European Central Bank study on food prices in the period –European Commission "modern retail study" on choice and innovation in food in Europe in the period •Recent antitrust enforcement recalls where buyer power can be a problem 3.

Get this from a library. Buyer power and its impact on competition in the food retail distribution sector of the European Union: final report.

[European Commission. Directorate-General IV--Competition.;]. Competition Issues in the Food Chain Industry the abuse of buyer power is a clear competition issue, which can be tackled under the current Private labels have an important role in the type of competition that occurs in the food retailing industry but their positive impact is File Size: 4MB.There is a reasonable probability that the exercise of buyer power will result in persistent discrimination (i.e.

non-cost justified differences in treatment) across retail buyers. That in turn could insulate larger retailers (i.e. those most likely to have the greatest buyer power) from pressure by smaller, more efficient Size: 1MB.Two projects shed light on consumer welfare in the food supply chain: the European Central Bank (ECB) study on food prices during – and the European Commission “modern retail study” on choice and innovation in food in Europe during – European Central Bank work on market structure and pricesFile Size: KB.