Looking for an economics paper

I am trying to track down the source of a story I read in the Sunday Times or possibly the Observer (UK Sundays). This was possibly more than twenty years ago.

It concerned the distinction between what it termed markets and bazaars. It contended that many things we consider markets are actually more like bazaars in that most of the trading is done between merchants and it is very difficult for the final customer to judge quality. The examples given were used cars and antiques.

The article, I am pretty sure, referred to an academic paper by economists. The obvious search terms are getting me nowhere. Is anyone here familiar with these ideas and could perhaps point me in the right direction? I’d even be interested to know if the idea died a swift death, which is probable since I can find no trace of it.

Thanks in advance.

This may be the paper in question:

The Bazaar Economy or How Bizarre is the Bazaar Really?
Frank S. Fanselow
New Series, Vol. 25, No. 2 (Jun., 1990), pp. 250-265

Most of the sources are paywalled but you may have access to the JStor copy from a university library,…

Thank you so much for that, that’s brought me nearer than anything I’ve found on my own and all in less than 15 minutes.

I have a friend who’s in library administration. Economics isn’t his field but he’s a good networker, I’m sure he’ll be able to get this for me.

Thank you again.