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Econometry and psycho-sociology complementary methods of approach

This example illustrates an extremely rewarding method of collaboration between psycho-sociological specialists and econometric specialists. Such collaboration should be developed more end more in the study of many forecasting problems. In this...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Conference 1962: Research Into Certain Advertising Problems
Authors: Emeric Deutsch, Michel Simon
September 3, 1962

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Too many Indians, not enough schoolgirls?

In 1979 the Trustee Savings Bank was in the throes of its evolution into "the third force in British banking". Part of this change involved the loss of a tax free interest concession on one of its major accounts and a new advertising campaign was...

Catalogue: Seminar 1983: Effective Advertising- Can Research Help?
Authors: Gillian S. Greenway, Gerald de Groot
June 15, 1983

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How can a Chinese manufacturer discover their international customers through integrated methodologies?

Target consumers for many Chinese manufacturers are based internationally, and accessing an accurate view of their audience is more imperative than for those living in the same culture as their market. As Chervon expands further into the US and...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2017: Discoveries
Authors: Jeff Tsui, Alex Tu
Company: Kantar
May 9, 2017

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Energy saving in private households

This paper describes the research programme carried out on the U.K. domestic energy conservation programme from summer 1974 up to 1976. On the basis of ad hoc attitude surveys, depth research, re-interviews, consumer panels and surveys of the retail...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1976: Research That Works For Today's Marketing Problems
Authors: Nicholas Phillips, Elizabeth H. Nelson
Company: KANTAR TNS Malaysia
September 1, 1976

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Modelling consumer choice with cross-sectional data

This paper describes how the response of consumers to change may be predicted using techniques which integrate survey design and implementation with in-depth statistical analysis and modelling. The consumers may be personal consumers, or businesses;...

Catalogue: Papers 1982: Social Research And Prediction
Authors: Colin Dunn, John Raftery
June 15, 1982

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Reversing the usual marketing strategies to market the arts

The main objective of this paper is not to legitimate a marketing strategy specific to the arts, but rather to take note of certain transformations occurring in the market today, and, in so doing, reveal certain implicit marketing rules which seem to...

Catalogue: Seminar 1990: Research And Marketing For The Arts
Authors: Odile Solomon, Philippe Baudelot, Mark Goetzke, Paul-Arnaud Pejouan
June 15, 1990

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Freight transport research international route assessment

This paper examines the problems facing freight traffic route assessment caused primarily by the complex structure of the freight business. It then examines the traditional quantitative approach to research in this area showing the practical...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1976: Research That Works For Today's Marketing Problems
Author: Nicholas M. Rubashow
Company: Makro Research Services Ltd. Co.
June 15, 1976

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Using market research and journalistic techniques to produce circulation building editorial features

The circulation figures for the January to June period for 1975 in Ireland showed a circulation decline of 7% for the country's largest selling newspaper - the Sunday Press. During this period it was pointed out to the Sunday Press that earlier in...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1976: Research That Works For Today's Marketing Problems
Author: John Fanning
June 15, 1976

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Integration of methods for the effect-analysis of the television-series 'where do I belong' with children in the age-group of 10-14 years

The paper shows a research-program for evaluating a television-series of 13 editions for children between 10 -14 years about the way of living in a development country.

Catalogue: Seminar 1978: Researching Children
Authors: Arnoud J.M. Braat, Cees J. Klop
Company: GfK
October 1, 1978