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Research papers

The surprising Dutch elections Of May 21st 1986

The votes of slightly over 9,1 million Dutchmen for 2 out of 27 parties turned out different from what the samples of all pre-election surveys had told the researchers. All interest had been focussed on whether the governing coalition would keep or...

Catalogue: Seminar 1986: Opinion Polls
Authors: Ger C. Schild, Jan Stapel
Company: NIPO
June 15, 1986

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Cultural changes in The Netherlands 1958-1981

This paper is aimed at giving a description of the research launched in the Netherlands into the systematic measuring of social and cultural changes. Apart from giving a description of this systematic method and the research methods used we will go...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1982: Fitting Research To Turbulent Times
Authors: J. W. Becker, Ger C. Schild
Company: NIPO
June 15, 1982

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Market research as an aid for premium buying policy

In modern marketing (free) gift campaigns are frequently applied. At the end of 1968 and in the beginning of 1969 a free gift campaign was carried on in The Netherlands for BRIO margarine. This campaign was packaging, sending to the effect that the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1970: The Practical Application of Market Research
Authors: P. J. Dobbenberg, Ger C. Schild
Company: NIPO
September 1, 1970

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A market segmentation on holidays abroad

During the past two decades an every year increasing part of the Dutch population went abroad on holiday. To indicate how this overall growth of the market for holidays abroad has developed, we show some figures from representative NIPO sample...

Catalogue: Seminar 1967: Travel and Tourism
Authors: Ger C. Schild, Jacques Antoine
Company: NIPO
June 15, 1967