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Research World (December 2017)

What role does research have in understanding and interpreting social change? Can the profession measure social impact and help decision makers understand what they need to do? Where and how can research help build a better society?

Catalogue: Research World 2017
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
December 16, 2017

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Research World (May-June 2017)

Virtual reality, artificial intelligence, nano-technology, automated interviewing, the list is complex and changing by the day. So what’s hot and what’s not? What’s about to come screaming out of the starting gates taking all of us by...

Catalogue: Research World 2017
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
June 1, 2017

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Research World (September 2017)

Visionary - It’s been 70 years since ESOMAR held its first Congress in Amsterdam where the industry agreed to form an association which would help the burgeoning industry to grow. In this special anniversary edition of Research World we...

Catalogue: Research World 2017
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
September 1, 2017

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Research World (March-April 2017)

With a changing business model comes a change in the skills and expertise needed in the sector. So what does a future researcher look like? Are they specialists or generalists? How do we attract, develop and retain these new skills?

Catalogue: Research World 2017
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
April 1, 2017

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Research World (October 2017)

We’ve done the research, delivered the data and gleaned the insights but what is the return on investment? We look at how researchers can best work with their clients to ensure that the research really provides new and useful insights and...

Catalogue: Research World 2017
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
October 4, 2017

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Research World (January-February 2017)

The very structure of the industry is changing, fueled by rapid developments in technology and new entrants into the market. As data collection becomes increasingly automated, the added value has shifted from collecting data to interpreting and...

Catalogue: Research World 2017
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
February 1, 2017