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The superiority of panel research

We are operating in a world where the credibility of online research quality is under attack. There is a global ISO initiative on Online Quality Research.We have recognized that a quality sample is only part of providing credible and valid data....

Catalogue: Panel Research 2007
Authors: Brian Fine, Con Menictas, Edward Wei
Company: Colmar Brunton
October 28, 2007

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Emotional Motivation in Banking

Covid-19's global devastation and consequential economic turmoil has far surpassed the economic shocks ofhistorical Black Swan events. As economies around the world try to get to grips with the full consequences of Covid-19, and the paths theyshould...

Catalogue: Future-Proofing and Foresight
Authors: Con Menictas, Brian Fine
Companies: Strategic Precision, Quality Online Research
April 14, 2022

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The sourcing challenge

An earlier presentation by the authors at the ESOMAR 2006 Panel Conference identified that a hidden bias exists as a result of respondents belonging to multiple online panels. This presentation provides a remedy to remove this bias when preparing...

Catalogue: Online Research 2009: Online Panels & Beyond
Authors: Paul Wang, Brian Fine, Con Menictas
October 29, 2009

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What the Metaverse Needs from Market Research

The marketplace for brands and services is shifting to the metaverse! Clients are falling over themselves, andothers, to grab a slice of it in parallel?or as an adjunct?to traditional marketing. The metaverse is just like anew market; consumers will...

Catalogue: Creativity. Connections. Community.
Authors: Con Menictas, Brian Fine
Companies: Quality Online Research, Strategic Precision
July 15, 2022

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Attitudinal differences

We are presenting a paper on the representativeness of panellists who are in multiple panels as compared to those in one or a limited number of panels. Our paper assesses the data received from respondents on only one, a few, and multiple panels and...

Catalogue: Panel Research 2006
Authors: Dimitrio Casdas, Brian Fine, Con Menictas
Company: AMR
June 15, 2006