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Research papers

Innovation by data analysis (French)

In the constant search for new methodologies, the marketing researcher feels the need for a kind of guide which:- provides him with a better understanding of the large conventional families of analysis on the one hand, and; - enables him to spot real...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1976: Research That Works For Today's Marketing Problems
Author: Jean Paul Aimetti
June 15, 1976

Research papers

How to analyse heterogenous data?

In many cases, data collected in the same questionnaire are measured at different levels: nominal, ordinal, interval or ratio. For several years, new methods allow to analyse qualitative and/or heterogeneous data. They are based on the optimal...

Catalogue: Paper 1978: Analysis of Data
Author: Jean-Marie Bouroche
February 1, 1978

Research papers

The implications of the strategic organisational dynamics of companies (market research users) for the patterns of action of market research agencies (suppliers)

The paper analyses the implications of the strategic organisational dynamics of companies that are research users, as a means of proposing new patterns of action for Market Research Agencies. The methodology used was case studies on the strategy and...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1986: Anticipation And Decision Making
Author: Luis Eduardo Potsch
June 15, 1986

Research papers

A new way of predicting design acceptance (German)

The design orientation is defined by the psychological importance which the particular product has for the consumer as well as by individual style preferences. This way you get types whose design preferences are specific enough to differentiate...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1987
Author: Wulf Schlund
Company: ISM GLOBAL DYNAMICS GmbH
September 1, 1987

Research papers

Abbreviated simulated test markets as advertising pretesting tools

Abbreviated simulated test markets are an attempt to get out of this dilemma. They try to achieve several objectives at the same time: 1. They attempt to generate data on the way in which advertising influences purchasing behaviour as reliably as...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1987
Author: Jörg Rehorn
September 1, 1987

Research papers

Researching in the market for accommodation

The need for more accommodation does not, however, mean the creation of just any accommodation anywhere. It means the provision of sufficient accommodation of the right type in the right place. The extent and type of additional capacity required may...

Catalogue: Seminar 1967: Travel and Tourism
Authors: Bryan E. Atkin, Jacques Antoine
June 15, 1967

Research papers

Everyone searches!

Tsquared Insights is a market research agency established in 2010 and based in Geneva. Its Online Search Insights methodology, in particular, leverages big data from global search activity- around two trillion searchers per year across all major...

Catalogue: Congress 2017: Visionary
Authors: Mathieu Trepanier, Jean-Philippe Lebudel
September 4, 2017

Webinars

eTrack® - Agile quant-qual pre-testing for real-time assessment and deeper understanding

eTrack® is a quant-qual methodology for pre-testing and concept screening that Happy Thinking People has been running in live sessions for over 20 years. It provides quick and actionable results, robust numbers and clear recommendations for...

Catalogue: Webinars 2020
Author: Sven Arn
Company: Happy Thinking People
October 15, 2020

Research papers

Application of a new theory to allow a better definition, control and measurement of advertising strategies

This presentation will consist in two parts: 1. Possibilities and limitations of measuring campaign efficiency in the actual current state of definition of advertising strategies. This will be shown through actual pieces of research we have done.2....

Catalogue: Seminar 1973: From Market Research To Advertising Strategy And Vice-Versa
Author: Marc Vincent
November 28, 1973