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Data management for conceptual design research (German)

Generally speaking, the findings of market-research projects are compiled as tables or are presented verbally in the form of charts. However, this type of report is not always appropriate for certain occupational categories such as designers for...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1989
Authors: Claus Merbold, Gert Autz
Company: SINUS Markt- und Sozialforschung GmbH
September 1, 1989

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Austrian consumer trends in the 80s (German)

In Austria the '80s have been characterized by profound altitudinal and behavioral changes which are, however, common to most Westem-European countries. The thrust: consumption is up and shows a hedonistic quality. The major antecedent condition for...

Catalogue: Seminar 1989: Is Marketing Keeping Up With The Consumer?
Author: Klaus Nemetz
Company: IMAS International GmbH
June 15, 1989

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A macro-simulation model of the cigarette market (German)

In a computer model simulating the development of the cigarette market in dependance of demographic structures a life cycle approach to smoking behaviour pattern was used. The essential parameters of this model are the rate of habit formation up to...

Catalogue: Seminar 1989: Is Marketing Keeping Up With The Consumer?
Authors: Ernst Gehmacher, Franz Birk
Company: IFES - Institute for Empirical Social Research
June 15, 1989

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Changes in attitude to care of the elderly as a basis of a marketing strategy for insurance products (German)

In Austria, as in an number of OECD-countries, the system of state-sub sidized provision for old age has, because of demo- graphic development, come in need of adjustment. The public did not become aware of this fact until the early 1980's, when...

Catalogue: Seminar 1989: Is Marketing Keeping Up With The Consumer?
Author: Heinz J. Zeilhofer
June 15, 1989

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How the career of the golden age generation will change German society (German)

Individual and collective ageing is part of a broad social process. Ageing persons are going to mark the face of society in future so greatly that we will have to speak of a graying world. Gerontology is interested in exploring the qualitative...

Catalogue: Seminar 1989: The Untapped Gold Mine
Author: Annette Niederfranke
June 15, 1989

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The use of life-style research for the analysis of eating habits in Austria (German)

The present paper contains the results of a typology concerning the eating habits of the Austrian population. The basic data were collected as part of a large life- style-survey among 4 persons. Therefore it becomes possible to analyse far reaching...

Catalogue: Seminar 1989: Is Marketing Keeping Up With The Consumer?
Author: Gunda Plasser
June 15, 1989

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How does the trade see manufacturers? Results of a representative survey of the central organisation in German food retailing (German)

This paper presents the results of a representative survey conducted in 1985 with 40 chief buyers of the central organizations in German food retailing. The study was initiated by Hildmann, Simon, Rempen & Schmitz/SMS and conducted by GfK. The...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1988
Author: Jörg Rehorn
September 1, 1988

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The effects of simulated price change on consumers in a retail environment (German)

The following paper deals with the psychological price research and shows a strategy to increase the effectiveness of price creation under consideration of psychological rules. By varying the price of a certain trial product the effects on behavior...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1988
Author: Siegfried Högl
Company: GfK
September 1, 1988

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Cohort analysis (German)

In the next decades a dramatic change in the age composition of the populations of western societies will occur. The proportion of older people will increase due to declining birth rates after a baby boom. For products whose consumption is contingent...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1988
Author: Hans Georg Prester
September 1, 1988