Les Dolega
Les Dolega
Lecturer in GIS and Retail geography, University of Liverpool
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Resilience, fragility, and adaptation: new evidence on the performance of UK high streets during global economic crisis and its policy implications
N Wrigley, L Dolega
Environment and Planning A 43 (10), 2337-2363, 2011
1682011
Estimating attractiveness, hierarchy and catchment area extents for a national set of retail centre agglomerations
L Dolega, M Pavlis, A Singleton
Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 28, 78-90, 2016
802016
Measuring the spatial vulnerability of retail centres to online consumption through a framework of e-resilience
AD Singleton, L Dolega, D Riddlesden, PA Longley
Geoforum 69, 5-18, 2016
632016
Retail resilience: A theoretical framework for understanding town centre dynamics
L Dolega, D Celińska-Janowicz
392015
British high streets: From crisis to recovery? A comprehensive review of the evidence
N Wrigley, D Lambiri, G Astbury, L Dolega, C Hart, C Reeves, ...
Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), 2015
362015
Buy online collect in-store: exploring grocery click&collect using a national case study
A Davies, L Dolega, D Arribas-Bel
International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, 2019
242019
A modified DBSCAN clustering method to estimate retail center extent
M Pavlis, L Dolega, A Singleton
Geographical Analysis 50 (2), 141-161, 2018
222018
Sustainable development concept and creation of innovative business models by retail chains
K Bilińska-Reformat, B Kucharska, M Twardzik, L Dolega
International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, 2019
162019
Beyond retail: New ways of classifying UK shopping and consumption spaces
L Dolega, J Reynolds, A Singleton, M Pavlis
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 48 (1), 132-150, 2021
122021
Exploring the geography of retail success and decline: A case study of the Liverpool City Region
L Dolega, A Lord
Cities 96, 102456, 2020
92020
Performance within a recession: The converging trajectories of retail centres in the UK
V Tselios, D Lambiri, L Dolega
Regional Science Policy & Practice 10 (4), 347-365, 2018
22018
The huff-tools package (version 0.6)
M Pavlis, L Dolega, A Singleton
Technical Report (PDF), 2014. URL https://github. com/alexsingleton/Huff …, 2014
22014
UK high streets during global economic crisis
L Dolega
University of Southampton, 2012
22012
Going digital? The impact of social media marketing on retail website traffic, orders and sales
L Dolega, F Rowe, E Branagan
Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 60, 102501, 2021
12021
Building hierarchies of retail centers using Bayesian multilevel models
S Comber, D Arribas-Bel, A Singleton, G Dong, L Dolega
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 110 (4), 1150-1173, 2020
12020
Archetypes of Footfall Context: Quantifying Temporal Variations in Retail Footfall in relation to Micro-Location Characteristics
S Philp, L Dolega, A Singleton, M Green
Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, 1-27, 2021
2021
Spatial extent and classification of retail agglomerations
L Dolega
Big Data Applications in Geography and Planning, 2021
2021
Using convolutional autoencoders to extract visual features of leisure and retail environments
S Comber, D Arribas-Bel, A Singleton, L Dolega
Landscape and Urban Planning 202, 103887, 2020
2020
How does competition impact grocery click and collect performance?
A Davies, L Dolega, D Arribas-Bel, A Singleton
2017
A national-scale application of the Huff gravity model for the estimation of town centre retail catchment area
M Pavlis, L Dolega, A Singleton
2014
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