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GREIG, Alexander (1878 - 1950), Director of Retail Co-ordination and Retail Trade Adviser to Min. of Food

Legitimizing Soviet Trade: Gender and the Feminization of the Retail Workforce in the Soviet 1930s

Firm dynamics and productivity growth: a comparison of the retail trade and manufacturing sectors

Levels and systems of employment in the Japanese retail trade: a comparison with France

MUIR, Tom (born 1936), Under Secretary, Textiles and Retailing Division, Department of Trade and Industry, 1992–94

ECJ allows service marks for retail trade and tells Nestlé it can ‘HAVE A BREAK’ without having a Kit Kat

Michelson, Hope. “Small Farmers and Big Retail: Trade-Offs and Dynamics of Supplying Supermarkets in Nicaragua.” PhD Dissertation, Cornell University. Honorable Mention.

Organizational practices, work demands and the well-being of employees: a follow-up study in the metal industry and retail trade

A Social History of Soviet Trade: Trade Policy, Retail Practices, and Consumption, 1917–1953. By Julie Hessler (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2004. xviii plus 366 pp.)

Julie Hessler. A Social History of Soviet Trade: Trade Policy, Retail Practices, and Consumption, 1917–1953. Princeton: Princeton University Press. 2004. Pp. xvi, 366. $39.50

Julie Hessler. A Social History of Soviet Trade: Trade Policy, Retail Practices, and Consumption, 1917–1953. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2004. xvi + 366 pp. ISBN 0-691-11492-7, $39.50.

DOUGHTY, Charles (1878 - 1956), Recorder of Brighton, 1939–55; Bencher and lately Treasurer of the Hon. Society of the Inner Temple; Chairman of Wholesale Food Joint Industrial Council; late Chairman: War Service Grants Advisory Committee, Special Grants Committee of Ministry of Pensions; Sugar Confectionery, and Preserved Food Trade Council; Milk Distributive Trade Council; Conciliation Board for the Trawling Industry of Hull; Furniture Trades Jt Industrial Council; Retail Food Trade Industrial Council; Agricultural Wages Board

 

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Until the late 18th cent. selling directly to consumers was largely conducted from domestic premises or market stalls, and augmented by visits from travelling traders with pack-horses. Items sold were ...

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