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Research papers

An exercise in trade-off

The paper demonstrates how a very simple approach was applied to a particular problem of 'Trade Off'. As part of a large scale survey into the public knowledge of, and attitudes towards Local Authority Financing, Research Surveys of Great Britain...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1976: Research That Works For Today's Marketing Problems
Author: John R. Lawford
September 1, 1976

Research papers

Forecasting capital expenditure on machinery and prefabricated buildings

This short paper summarises the main findings on some experimental research, particularly for the four year period 1960-1963. The paper will describe briefly, the thinking behind the approach, the method used to collect the information, what the data...

Catalogue: Seminar 1968: Market Research On Agriculture And Farmers
Author: W. Miller Crichton
May 1, 1968

Research papers

Does media research affect media planning

The following paper considers why we need media research, looks at relevant anticipated environmental changes, describes the current research and, having defined what the objectives are, suggests an outline for the requirements of media research in...

Catalogue: Seminar 1984: Media Research- Does It Really Affect Media Planning?
Author: Doug L. Thornes
April 11, 1984

Research papers

'Below-the-line spending' the need for understanding and control

SPAR has been designing, implementing, evaluating and executing promotional programs since 1967. Our approach has been successfully implemented in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia. In the UK, through a joint agreement, AGB...

Catalogue: Seminar 1985: Below-The-Line And Sponsoring
Author: William H. Bartels
November 6, 1985

Research papers

The use of attitude data in the short-term forecasting of durable expenditure

This paper outlines some current research being conducted at the London Business School, sponsored by the Leverhulme Trust in conjunction with the Gallup Poll, into how market survey data can be used to measure the state of consumer expectations and...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1970: The Practical Application of Market Research
Author: Gordon Heald
September 1, 1970

Research papers

Market forecast models for consumer durables

In this paper some methods will be described which are being used for forecasting markets of consumer durable goods. The models will be explained for both initial and replacement demand separately. As market forecasts are being used together with...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1970: The Practical Application of Market Research
Author: Peter L. F. de Jong
Company: Philips International
September 1, 1970

Research papers

Children's income and expenditure

The paper below describes a survey conducted in 1976 to assess and examine the sources of income and the size and nature of expenditure of children aged 5-15 in Great Britain. The method chosen was the use of self-completion diaries in which children...

Catalogue: Seminar 1978: Researching Children
Author: Wendy Law
October 1, 1978

Research papers

The marketing management of research and development

There are many difficulties to be overcome when the attempt is made to introduce market research techniques into R&D. It is not only the resistance of technically minded scientists and managements, but the subject matter itself is full of pitfalls....

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1966
Author: Max K. Adler
September 1, 1966

Research papers

Comment on G.K. Randall and J. A. Farmer's paper

We do not envisage the use of linear programming as the speaker himself says that the model is not made to find an optimum solution, but rather the exploration of the consequences of different decisions, assumptions or events. Linear programming...

Catalogue: Seminar 1968: Operational Research In Marketing
Author: Pierre Cavalieros
November 1, 1968