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Behaving economically with the truth

Traditional economists would have us believe that people are rational, utility-maximizing, cost-minimizing and socially isolated individuals with stable preferences. This view also pervades market research and our practices but is being challenged by...

Catalogue: Congress 2011: Impact
Authors: Peter Harrison, Alain Samson, Orlando Wood
Company: BrainJuicer
September 18, 2011


French government: Nudge me tender

Ethnography lies at the heart of re-inventing and promoting customer-centric services. A keystone of behavioural economics, it inspires policy makers to re-design their actions for more efficient results with easy and cheap nudges. This paper...

Catalogue: Congress 2014: What Inspires?
Authors: Eric Singler, Etienne Bressoud, Françoise Waintrop, Richard Bordenave
Company: BVA Group
June 15, 2014

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Behavioral economics

Behavioral economics is emerging as a significantly influential insight paradigm in the UK in research and related disciplines and it poses many methodological and philosophical challenges. A key interest will be in helping to understand these...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2010: Foresight on Moods and Thoughts
Authors: Alex Johnston, Luke Perry
Company: Jigsaw Research
November 18, 2010

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The application of survey methods to forecasting (French)

With very few exceptions, empirical social research methods are being used primarily for purposes of predicting future events or behaviour. Sociological and economic analyses, even where on their face they appear to be nothing but fact finding or...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Conference 1960
Author: Klaus von Dohnanyi
June 15, 1960

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Research in a world of irrational expectations

Our industry works hard for the truth and often sees it as our domain, yet sometimes the way we go about research moves us further from 'real' truth. More attention is needed to what Behavioural Economics findings mean for Market Research, not just...

Catalogue: Congress 2011: Impact
Authors: Stephen Phillips, Abigail Hill
September 18, 2011

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Reality check

This paper highlights how this change in the research environment has created a greater need than ever to consider relevant context throughout the research process- from project planning right trough to analysis and reporting. It argues that common...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2012: Informing Strategic Decision Making And Action
Authors: Jessica Salmon, Bob Cook
Company: Firefish
November 8, 2012