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Retailing Management
Retailing Management

Retailing Management, 11th Edition

ISBN10: 1264157444 | ISBN13: 9781264157440
By Michael Levy, Barton Weitz and Dhruv Grewal
© 2023

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Retailing Management, 11th Edition, highlights the many ways the retail industry has transformed and evolved over the past several years. In keeping with market-leading tradition, the eleventh edition, focuses on key strategic issues with an emphasis on financial considerations and implementation through merchandise and store management. Strategic and tactical issues are examined for a broad spectrum of retailers, both large and small, domestic and international, selling both merchandise and services.

The authors focused on five important factors that delineate outstanding retailers:
- Use of big data and analytical methods for decision making
- Social media and mobile channels for communicating with customers and enhancing their shopping experience
- Issues involved in providing a seamless multichannel experience for customers
- Engagement in the overarching emphasis on conscious marketing and corporate social responsibility when making business decisions
- Impact of globalization on the retail industry.

The 11th edition features new chapter content exploring “Digital Retailing” by introducing the 7C framework, influencer marketing and discussing AI in retailing analytics. Coverage on the impact of COVID-19 pandemic specifically retailing strategy, customer buying behavior and supply chain management have also been added to showcase industry disrupters. Additionally, new cases exploring Amazon’s Just Walk Out checkout technology, Wayfair's new technology to connect with its customers, and H&M’s digital strategy and has been incorporated to ensure currency.

This text is the only retail management educational product in the market that offers an integrated digital learning platform, McGraw Hill - Connect. Connect allows students an interactive experience to demonstrate understanding of the key elements through our application-based activities, video cases, case analyses, marketing analytics toolkits and matching questions. Keep your course current by subscribing to the Levy/Weitz/Grewal Retailing Management blog ( ), which brings current retailing management issues to your class, complete with discussion questions.

Chapter 1: Introduction to the World of Retailing 
Chapter 2: Types of Retailers 
Chapter 3: Digital Retailing 
Chapter 4: Multichannel and Omnichannel Retailing 
Chapter 5: Consumer Behavior 

Chapter 6: Retail Market Strategy 
Chapter 7: Financial Strategy 
Chapter 8: Retail Locations 
Chapter 9: Retail Site Location
Chapter 10: Information Systems and Supply Chain Management 
Chapter 11: Customer Relationship Management 


Chapter 12: Managing the Merchandise Planning Process
Chapter 13: Buying Merchandise 
Chapter 14: Retail Pricing 
Chapter 15: Retail Communication Mix 

Chapter 16: Human Resources and Managing the Store 
Chapter 17: Store Layout, Design, and Visual Merchandising 
Chapter 18: Customer Service 
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About the Author

Michael Levy

Michael Levy, PhD (Ohio State University), is the Charles Clarke Reynolds Professor of Marketing Emeritus at Babson College and Distinguished Scholar in Residence, Daniels College of Business, University of Denver. He received his PhD in business administration from Ohio State University and his undergraduate and MS degrees in business administration from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He taught at Southern Methodist University before joining the faculty as professor and chair of the marketing department at the University of Miami. 

Professor Levy received the inaugural ACRA Academic Lifetime Achievement Award presented at the 2015 AMA/ACRA (American Marketing Association/American Collegiate Retailing Association) Triennial Conference and was recognized for 25 years of dedicated service to the editorial review board of the Journal of Retailing in 2011. He won the McGraw-Hill Corporate Achievement Award for Grewal–Levy Marketing 2e with Connect in the category of excellence in content and analytics (2010); Revision of the Year for Marketing 2e (Grewal–Levy) from McGraw-Hill/Irwin (2010); the 2009 Lifetime Achievement Award, American Marketing Association, Retailing Special Interest Group (SIG); the Babson Faculty Scholarship Award (2009); and the Distinguished Service Award, Journal of Retailing (2009) (at winter AMA). 

He was rated as one of the best researchers in marketing in a survey published in Marketing Educator (Summer 1997). He has developed a strong stream of research in retailing, business logistics, financial retailing strategy, pricing, and sales management. He has published over 50 articles in leading marketing and logistics journals, including the Journal of Retailing, Journal of Marketing, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, and Journal of Marketing Research. He has served on the editorial review boards of the Journal of Retailing, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, International Journal of Physical Distribution and Materials Management, International Journal of Business Logistics, ECR Journal, and European Business Review, and has been on the editorial advisory boards of European Retail Research and European Business Review. He is coauthor of Marketing 8e (2020). Professor Levy was coeditor of the Journal of Retailing from 2001 to 2007. He cochaired the 1993 Academy of Marketing Science conference and the 2006 summer AMA conference. 

Professor Levy has worked in retailing and related disciplines throughout his professional life. Prior to his academic career, he worked for several retailers and a housewares distributor in Colorado. He has performed research projects with many retailers and retail technology firms, including Accenture, Federated Department Stores, Khimetrics (SAP), Mervyn’s, Neiman Marcus, ProfitLogic (Oracle), Zale Corporation, and numerous law firms.

Barton Weitz

Barton A. Weitz received an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from MIT and an M.B.A. and Ph.D. in business administration from Stanford University. He was a member of the faculty at the University of California–Los Angeles Graduate School of Business and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and is JCPenney Emeritus Eminent Scholar Chair in Retail Management in the Warrington College of Business Administration at the University of Florida (UF). Dr. Weitz founded the UF David F. Miller Center for Retailing Education and Research, which is supported by contributions from JCPenney, Macy’s, Walmart, Office Depot, and Home Depot. He has won awards for teaching excellence and published in leading academic journals on channel relationships, electronic retailing, store design, salesperson effectiveness, and sales force and human resource management. Dr. Weitz is past chair of the American Marketing Association and was honored as the AMA/Irwin Distinguished Educator.

Dhruv Grewal


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