Louise Grimmer
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The impact of resources and strategic orientation on small retail firm performance
L Grimmer, MP Miles, J Byrom, M Grimmer
Journal of Small Business Management 55, 7-26, 2017
502017
The more things change the more they stay the same: A replicated study of small retail firm resources
L Grimmer, M Grimmer, G Mortimer
Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 44, 54-63, 2018
312018
A research note on the effect of entrepreneurial orientation on small retailer performance: a resource-advantage perspective
L Grimmer, MP Miles, M Grimmer
International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal 11 (2), 409-424, 2015
312015
Regulating, then deregulating Airbnb-The unique case of Tasmania (Australia)
L Grimmer, O Vorobjovas-Pinta, M Massey
Annals of Tourism Research 75, 304-307, 2019
222019
Consumer engagement on social media: Evidence from small retailers
E Devereux, L Grimmer, M Grimmer
Journal of Consumer Behaviour 19, 151-159, 2020
212020
The performance advantage of business planning for small and social retail enterprises in an economically disadvantaged region
L Grimmer, MP Miles, M Grimmer
European Journal of International Management 10 (4), 403-421, 2016
162016
Explaining the impact of consumer religiosity, perceived risk and moral potency on purchase intentions
G Mortimer, SM Fazal-e-Hasan, M Grimmer, L Grimmer
Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 55, 102115, 2020
142020
From the sharing economy to the visitor economy: the impact on small retailers
L Grimmer, O Vorobjovas-Pinta
International Journal of Tourism Cities 6 (1), 90-98, 2019
72019
Airbnb is blamed for Tasmania’s housing affordability problems, but it’s actually helping small businesses
L Grimmer, M Massey, O Vorobjovas-Pinta
The Conversation, 2018
62018
Is it so hard to say sorry? Revisiting image restoration theory in the context of Australian supermarkets
L Grimmer
Asia Pacific Public Relations Journal 18, 17-32, 2017
62017
The diminished stakeholder: Examining the relationship between suppliers and supermarkets in the Australian grocery industry
L Grimmer
Journal of Consumer Behaviour 17 (1), e13-e20, 2018
52018
Disrupting the giants: How independent grocers respond to the supermarket duopoly in Tasmania, Australia
L Grimmer
Case Studies in Food Retailing and Distribution, 13-24, 2019
42019
Examining consumer purchase intentions of non‐prescription medicines in supermarkets and community pharmacies
G Mortimer, L Grimmer, SM Fazal‐e‐Hasan
International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 27 (3), 232-240, 2019
32019
COVID-19 has changed the future of retail: there’s plenty more automation in store
G Mortimer, J Bowden, J Pallant, L Grimmer, M Grimmer
The Conversation, 2020
22020
More than milk and bread: Corner store revival can rebuild neighbourhood ties
L Grimmer, G Mortimer
The Conversation, 2019
22019
Talking Point: Blossoming midtown has lessons for other potential hot spots
L Grimmer, K Challen
The Mercury, 2018
22018
Re-inventing Central Launceston: Creating a vibrant and thriving regional city
L Grimmer
University of Tasmania Public Lecture, 2017
22017
Drivers and barriers for city shopping: Perspectives from retailers and consumers in regional Australia
L Grimmer
Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 61, 102526, 2021
12021
The suburbs are the future of post-COVID retail
G Mortimer, L Grimmer, P Maginn
The Conversation, 2020
12020
Maintaining the status quo: Regulating Airbnb in Tasmania
L Grimmer, O Vorobjovas-Pinta
Forty South Publishing, 2019
12019
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