Friday’s e-links: Today we share a podcast series that focuses solely on Amazon–from its origin to current issues that range from drones to trust.
Deciding between artificial and real Christmas tree purchases, we can contemplate convenience, tradition, health, and even our cats.
From the nineteenth century to the twenty-first, our expectations for fast letter and package delivery have changed considerably.
Sweden had unusually low Amazon numbers in the 2017 PwC global retail survey. In Sweden just 13% of all product searches start with Amazon. For the U.S. that number is 45%. Wondering about the difference, I started to do a…
Just like there’s no such thing as a free lunch, for consumers, retailers and shippers, there’s no such thing as free shipping.
Dynamic pricing at Amazon, the Indianapolis Zoo and a Dallas toll road displays how price influences buyer and seller behavior.
Although firms and countries have family friendly policies with generous paternity and maternity leave, the impact has harmed women’s chances for promotion.
For consumers and retailers, decisions about delivery speed and price involve tradeoffs with each hoping to minimize the cost and maximize the purchase.