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The Effect of the Physical Environment on Consumers’ Perceptions: A Review of the Retailing Research on External Shopping Environment

.1108/09564231111155088 16. Hare, C., Kirk, D., Lang, T. Identifying the expectations of older food consumers. More than a “shopping list” of wants. Journal of Marketing Practice: Applied Marketing Science , Vol. 5, Issue 6/7/8, 1999, pp. 213–232. https://doi.org/10.1108/EUM0000000004575 17. Underhill, P. Why we buy: The science of shopping. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 1999. 320 p. 18. Yu, H., Tullio-Pow, S., Akhtar, A. Retail design and the visually impaired: A needs assessment. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services , Vol. 24, 2015, pp. 121–129. https

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The determinants of travel mode choice: the case of Łódź, Poland

to roads E75 and E30, respectively. As a result of its location near one of the most important road junctions in Poland, the city is considered to be a valuable logistics hub, resulting in the rapid development of storage and logistics enterprises near Łódź. Furthermore, a railway network recently began to be developed in the city. In the next few years, a city tunnel connecting the major train stations will be built beneath the city centre. This investment is intended to be a key factor in making Łódź an important railway junction ( Wiśniewski, 2017 ). Despite

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