Convergence or divergence in european market research practices ?
Cahiers de recherche; 1996.20
|Abstract||This study investigates whether market research expenditure patterns of eight European countries including Germany, France and the UK do converge or not over the 1990-1994 period. The analysis leads to mixed conclusions. As far as specific marketing research modes are concerned, converging trends are indeed observed for only a few categories of expenditures, notably for continuous panel (whose share of market research expenditures is increasing) and face-to-face interviews (whose share is decreasing). With regard to the general pattern of evolution when all modes are simultaneously taken into consideration, two opposite trends are observed. There is indeed a general tendency towards convergence among the eight countries surveyed. It appears however, that within a subgroup of core countries that include Austria, France, Germany, and Greece some diverging shifts are also occurring simultaneously|
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|DENIS, Jean-Emile, LEE, Ju-Young, CZELLAR, Sandor. Convergence or divergence in european market research practices ?. 1996 https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:5940|