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Magazines

Research World (April 2001)

Growth of the US market for market/media/public opinion research continued to slow for the third consecutive year as determined by the US market research newsletter. Inside Research. Year 2000 growth was 9.0% over 1999, reaching US$ 5.9 billion. The...

Catalogue: Research World 2001
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
April 1, 2001

Research papers

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

Research reports

Global Market Research 2007

Global Market Research 2007 is the 19th annual industry study undertaken by ESOMAR and the second to be developed in cooperation with KPMG Business Advisory Services. The latest edition provides the most comprehensive assessment yet of the sector's...

Catalogue: Global Market Research
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
September 17, 2007

Research reports

Insights in times of COVID-19

ESOMAR, as the global voice for the data, insights, and market research industry, has been guiding theindustry in the undeniable challenging times that the world has been going through for a number of weeksnow. This report is another effort to...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Publications
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
May 26, 2020

Research papers

A method for improving the results of primary investigation by including the reasons for non-response in sample design and weighting

For years now, one has been able to note ever decreasing rates of exhaustiveness in random surveys. The decrease in exhaustiveness is mainly a phenomenon of the respondents, caused by continually increasing inclination towards non-response. Up to...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1975: Quality In Research
Author: Christian von der Heyde
Company: Infratest dimap Gesellschaft fur Trend- und Wahlforschung mbH
August 1, 1975

Research papers

How to improve the quality of research?

Quality is not a property in itself. It can be stated that quality is always related to costs. This is the reason why one could speak about the quality-cost-complex. Both factors are interrelated. Better research designs or bigger samples or both...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1975: Quality In Research
Authors: Lies Deggeller, Benno Stoppelman
August 1, 1975

Research papers

An example of syndicate research (French)

This paper shows an example of the optimization and reduction of a research budget. In 1977 an important research took place, based on 700 telephone interviews, 300 complete descriptions of stores, 300 interviews with points of sale managers, and...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1978: Value For Money In Market And Social Research
Authors: Jean-Pierre Piotet, Michel Haski, Francis Georgel
September 1, 1978

Research papers

There are big bucks in issues public issues, corporate management and survey research

This paper is concerned with the rapid growth of survey research on public policy issues commissioned for the private use of companies and corporate management during the 1970's. It discusses the reasons for this growth (which has taken place mainly,...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Seminar 1980: Opinion Polls
Author: Humphrey Taylor
Company: Harris Interactive (Europe)
June 15, 1980

Research reports

ESOMAR Annual Market Study 1998

This report, that covers the 1998 market statistics, is the eleventh published by ESOMAR, is based mainly on information supplied by national market research trade associations, and on estimates provided by ESOMAR National Representatives and other...

Catalogue: Global Market Research
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
September 1, 1999