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"Channel Capabilities, Product Characteristics, and the Impacts of Mobile Channel Introduction," Journal of Management Information Systems

Authors: Bang, Youngsok; Lee, Dong-Joo; Han, Kunsoo; Hwang, Minha; Ahn, Jae-Hyeon Publication: Journal of Management Information Systems, Fall 2013 Abstract:

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Published on : 06 Jan 2014

Target 3Q Income Down by Half; Stung by Costs of Canada Expansion

Target's stock dropped 3.46 percent today after the retailer reported third-quarter net income dropped by nearly half. ... "The retail price in Canada is much higher, compared to the retail price in the U.S.," said Minha Hwang, a management professor at McGill University in Montreal. "The Canadian price is about 20 percent higher compared to the U.S. price." Read full article: MPR News, November 21, 2013

Published on : 22 Nov 2013

When Grocery Stores Meet the Supercentre

When Walmart turns one of its discount stores into a behemoth Supercentre, nearby grocers instantly face a more powerful rival. Their reactions can vary, from cutting prices, to diversifying selection, to doing nothing at all. Which works best? New research by marketing professors Minha Hwang, of McGill University, and Sungho Park, of Arizona State University, reveals what grocers should and shouldn’t do when Walmart comes their way.

Published on : 15 Sep 2013

A Quebec Retailer with Flour Power

Josée Fiset, co-founder and vice-president of Première Moisson, says she’s selling “wow!” But her Quebec bakery chain is peddling more than bread and exclamation points. It’s selling the art of better eating. “Everyone [when they enter] feels at home,” Fiset says. What a good bookstore is to bibliophiles, Première Moisson is to foodies. ... Première Moisson entered the market at the perfect time, notes Minha Hwang, a McGill University professor who specializes in retailing.

Published on : 15 Sep 2013

Putting the ‘wow’ in bread

It’s all about wow. Walk into any one of 20 Première Moisson bakeries, smell the bread, and take in the carefully aligned buttery brioches, the meticulously stacked nut and grain breads, the rows of patés and salads and prepared foods and, standing straight as soldiers, a never-ending supply of baguettes, white and whole wheat and sundry other varieties and sigh and go “wow.” … Première Moisson entered the market at the perfect time, says Min Ha Hwang, a McGill professor who specializes in retailing.

Published on : 12 Dec 2012