Using a sample of retail firms that have different product lines and a variety of geographic scopes, the study assesses the effect of geographic scope and breadth of product on economic performance.
corporate growth, geographical scope, product lines, product diversity, economic performance
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Miller, Richard D., "Strategies of Growth: Forms, Characteristics and Returns" (1980). Working Papers. 6.