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Both librarians and end users have more shopping options than ever when it comes to finding information. From small boutiques with specialized products to the one-stop shopping of megastores, the database marketplace of 2005 resembles retail shopping. But some worry that the information marketplace will be subject to the same uncertain market conditions of the retail world, where it's difficult for small stores to compete when megachains come to town.
Tenopir, Carol; Baker, Gayle; and Robinson, William, "Shopping for information: industry behemoths, niche sellers, and boutique shops compete for library dollars" (2005). School of Information Sciences -- Faculty Publications and Other Works.