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Value for money of qualitative research

This paper describes the results of an experiment which examines the reliability and validity of qualitative research. Two studies of the same marketing problem (a pack test) were conducted and compared: one a qualitative study (6 group discussions),...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1978: Value For Money In Market And Social Research
Authors: Alan Branthwaite, Peter Cooper
Company: QRi Consulting Ltd.
September 1, 1978

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Industrial sampling

There is no doubt that the quality or rather the reliability with which findings of any type of market research can be translated into practical use, is heavily dependent on the final sample that has been obtained. The sample directly deriving from...

Catalogue: Seminar 1981: Sampling Problems And Data Collection
Author: Robert J. Stegeman
May 1, 1981

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What I expect from my research department

What I would want from my Research Department is by definition dictated by what my company expects from market/consumer research. The key words in this respect are:- relevant- reliable- valid- cost effective research on the right time.

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1989
Author: J. Ben F. Morel
Company: Unilever
September 1, 1989

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Market monitoring through attitude research

The need to monitor market changes, competitive activities and own performance is satisfied with a measurement procedure based upon consumer attitudes. In addition to being simple and inexpensive to administer, the procedure demonstrates reliability,...

Catalogue: Seminar 1974: Management Information For Retail Organisations
Authors: Stephen J. Arnold, Douglas J. Tigert
April 1, 1974

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TV advertising pre-testing

This is a case history of an attempt to use established, non- innovative research techniques to construct a system of T. V. advertisement pre-testing which could provide actionable results. For marketing management the research results must relate...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1976: Research That Works For Today's Marketing Problems
Author: Roger S. Parkyn
September 1, 1976

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Using the bootstrapping technique for simplifying the analysis of conjoint measurement results

The focus of this paper is a re-sampling technique, namely the bootstrap, for assessing the reliability of combining data from a large number of individuals in a conjoint analysis procedure. The issue of aggregation of preferences is a crucial one in...

Catalogue: Seminar 1987: Micro And Macro Market Modelling
Authors: Etienne Bastin, Raynald Letarte, Jean Perrien
October 26, 1987

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Test marketing renewed in the test

Test marketing is a very wide-spread marketing term today. However, because it is seldom clearly understood, it is continually leading to misunderstandings. Frequently, one speaks of test marketing methods when one generally means scientific market...

Catalogue: The European Marketing Research Review 1966
Author: Hans-Jörg Besmer
August 1, 1966

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Business travel monitor

This paper shows the possibilities of business-to-business-research to outline the business travel market. The Business Travel Monitor, a yearly research project, covering 4000 business-establishments, creates additional ways for market segmentation...

Catalogue: Seminar 1988: Travel And Tourism Research
Authors: Eric Sondervan, Ad Schalekamp
Company: NIPO
May 4, 1988

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On the limits of reliability in social and commercial surveys

There has been ample documentation over the past years of the various sources of error in surveys. This paper reviews some of the more important work presented by academic, government and commercial organisations. These sources of error in commercial...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1975: Quality In Research
Author: Benjamin Lipstein
August 1, 1975