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Case studies

The phenomenon of market saturation

The recent slowdown in the progression of the French vacation market prompts the hypothesis that a certain saturation point may have been reached. This hypothesis, of course, is not merely based on the evolution of a single short-term global index....

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1972: Marketing In A Changing World
Author: Paul Danloy
Company: IFOP
June 15, 1972

Research papers

Banking communication (French)

The nationalization of credit, currently being carried out in France is an extreme example of this type of "disturbance". It is therefore entirely appropriate to examine the main aspects of the effect this political decision has had on banking...

Catalogue: EFMA/ESOMAR Seminar 1982: How Research Can Help Financial Organisations Communicate Internally And Externally
Author: Paul Danloy
June 15, 1982

Research papers

Behavior patterns in savings

Current interest in the attitudes and behavior of those who save money -"savers' occured when savings ceased to be seen merely as a left-over resulting from the difference between income and expenses. Standard analytical methods and socio-demographic...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1972: Marketing In A Changing World
Author: Paul Danloy
Company: IFOP
June 15, 1972

Research papers

Banking communication

The nationalization of credit, currently being carried out in France is an extreme example of this type of "disturbance". It is therefore entirely appropriate to examine the main aspects of the effect this political decision has had on banking...

Catalogue: EFMA/ESOMAR Seminar 1982: How Research Can Help Financial Organisations Communicate Internally And Externally
Author: Paul Danloy
June 15, 1982

Research papers

Behavior patterns in savings (French)

Current interest in the attitudes and behavior of those who save money -"savers' occured when savings ceased to be seen merely as a left-over resulting from the difference between income and expenses. Standard analytical methods and socio-demographic...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1972: Marketing In A Changing World
Author: Paul Danloy
Company: IFOP
June 15, 1972

Case studies

The phenomenon of market saturation (French)

The recent slowdown in the progression of the French vacation market prompts the hypothesis that a certain saturation point may have been reached. This hypothesis, of course, is not merely based on the evolution of a single short-term global index....

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1972: Marketing In A Changing World
Author: Paul Danloy
Company: IFOP
June 15, 1972