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Taplin, I. M., Winterton, J. & Kiztlg ű n, O. 2010. Coping with the changing rules of the game in the global textiles and apparel industries: Evidence from turkey and Morocco. Journal of Economic Geography , 10: 209–29. Tokatli, N. 2008. Global sourcing: Insights from the global clothing industry: The case of Zara, a fast fashion retailer. Journal of Economic Geography , 8: 21–38. Tokatli, N. & Kizilgun, O. 2010. Coping with the changing rules of the game in the global textiles and apparel industries: evidence from Turkey and Morocco. Journal of Economic Geography , 10(2): 209–29. Tran, Y., Hsuan, J. & Mahnke, V. 2011. How do innovation intermediaries add value? Insights from new product development in fashion markets. R&D Management , 41(1): 80–91. Waldinger, R. 1986. Through the Eye of the Needle . New York: New York University Press. Watson, M. Z. & Yan, R.-N. 2013. An exploratory study of the decision processes of fast versus slow fashion consumers. Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management , 17(2): 141–59. Zukin, S. 2005. Point of Purchase . New York: Routledge.
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264 IAN MALCOLM TAPLIN Notes on contributor Ian Malcolm Taplin is Professor of Sociology, Management and International Studies at Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, USA and Visiting Professor at Kedge Business School, Bordeaux, France. He has been Visiting Professor at Toulouse Business School and University of California, Irvine. He is the author of The Modern American Wine Industry (Pickering and Chatto, 2011) and (with Douglas Fletcher) Understanding Organizational Evolution (Quorum Books, 2002). He is the North American Editor of the Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management . He has also published extensively on the wine industry, particularly how organizational transfor- mation occurs within the context of knowledge-sharing clusters, and the organization of work in the US apparel industry. He is currently writing a book on luxury goods in which he is examining the consolidation of firms and how consumer behaviour is shaped by firm strategies. Correspondence to: Professor Ian M. Taplin, Department of Sociology, Wake Forest University, Box 7808 Reynolda Station, Winston-Salem, NC 27109, USA. Email: [email protected]
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