Fast fashion is an industrial trend that refers to the concept of shortening lead time (production, distribution) and offering new products to the market as fast as possible. Despite an abundance of research results, there is no comprehensive reference source that covers the state-of-the-art findings on both theoretical modeling and empirical resea

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PART I: Introduction, review and exploratory discussions

chapter 1|6 pages

Fast fashion systems –An introduction

ByTsan-Ming Choi

chapter 2|14 pages

The slow fashion process:Rethinking strategy for fast fashion retailers

ByArlesa Shephard & Sanjukta Pookulangara

chapter 3|12 pages

Examining global retailing’s innovators: An overview of fast fashion supply chain research

ByLorynn R. Divita & Jeong-Ju Yoo

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PART II: Analytical modelling research on fast fashion systems

chapter 6|16 pages

Coordination of a fast fashion supply chain with profit-loss sharing contract

ByKe Wang, Qinglong Gou, Ling Yang & Siqing Shan

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PART III: Empirical research on fast fashion systems

chapter 7|16 pages

Investigating on-shelf availability in the UK retail clothing sector

ByJohn Fernie & David B. Grant

chapter 9|14 pages

Service quality strategy for fast fashion: An empirical study in Hong Kong

ByTsan-Ming Choi, Shuk-Ching Liu, Tracy Kwai-Chi Tsang & Jinhui Zheng