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The Yin and Yang of branding

This paper examines the applicability of a Western-derived model of brand equity measurement to Asia/Pacific cultures, with reference to a large-scale validation exercise - both qualitative and quantitative. The authors demonstrate that the overall...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific Conference 1998: Marketing in Asia- Meeting The New Challenges
Authors: Roger Banks, Joseph Debacq, Rachael Tan
June 15, 1998

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Developing speech recognition applications for market research

This paper describes progress to date on a Government supported programme to evaluate the potential applications of Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) to market and survey research. The paper reviews the growth of telephone research in Europe in...

Catalogue: New Monograph Series Vol.6: Market Research And Information Technology
Authors: Heather Piper, Bill Blyth
August 1, 1998

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What is webness?

This paper develops semiotic models of the way website communications have appropriated and changed conventional forms of marketing messages. In this sense it offers semiotic analysis as a new (not yet mainstream) technique for assessing web...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Net Effects 5 2002
Author: Virginia Valentine
February 3, 2002

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Towards a new paradigm

This paper describes the use of easy, fast, cost-effective research that an automobile dealership network can use on a regular basis to obtain knowledge from the consumer that will help ongoing marketing programs. The approach uses segmentation based...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Automotive Marketing Conference 2002
Authors: Howard R. Moskowitz, Philip Moore
Company: Moskowitz Jacobs Inc.
March 4, 2002

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New Internet-driven choice modeling capabilities for global market research

This paper describes new choice-modeling capabilities that are enabled by Internet interviewing. Choice models implemented by means of "choice-based conjoint" trade-off exercises can now incorporate dynamic elements, such as customization of choice...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Technovate Conference 2003
Authors: David G. Bakken, James N. Nagel
Company: Harris Interactive (Europe)
January 26, 2003

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Slow research

This paper describes how the concept of 'slow' could be applied to market research. The author coined the concept of 'Slow Research' at the 2004 Technovate seminar.The idea was to describe a way in which both suppliers and buyers in the market...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Conference 2005: Innovate!
Author: Jörgen Johansson
February 27, 2005

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Cracking the crystal ball

Approaches were investigated for forecasting in the developing South African cellular phone market at the aggregate level (market share), and individual level of switching behaviour.While the traditional first order Markov process model was not found...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Telecommunications Marketing Conference 2004
Authors: Craig Kolb, Andrea Rademeyer
Company: Ask Afrika Pty Ltd
November 7, 2004

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Truth beyond common beliefs

The deduction of partial utilities within conjoint analyses is based on the assumption that people maximise their utility (homo oeconomicus). This assumption is contradicted by a broad swathe of empirical findings which have demonstrated that people...

Catalogue: Congress 2008: Frontiers
Author: Florian Bauer
Company: IRIS Network
September 26, 2008

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Collaborative panel management

Sophisticated choice tasks have helped bridge the gap between expensive (and realistic) revealed preference models and less expensive (but less realistic) stated preference models. Our presentation presents a direct comparison between three...

Catalogue: Panel Research 2008
Authors: Paul Johnson, Bob Fawson
October 24, 2008