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Modern Marketing Research: Concepts,…

Modern Marketing Research: Concepts, Methods, and Cases

by Fred M. Feinberg

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Modern Marketing Research: Concepts, Methods and Cases is a comprehensive introduction to all the principal areas of marketing research practice. It treats marketing research design as an integrated process, and guides students through that process step-by-step using illustrative examples throughout. The book provides a uniquely detailed treatment of the analytic methods developed in the last decade to make sense of complex marketing data, including standard multivariate methods (e.g., Factor, Cluster and Conjoint Analyses, MDS, Logit Brand Choice Methods) as well as state-of-the-art techniques like Hierarchical Bayes models, Heterogeneity and Sample Selection. Over 40 up-to-date cases help illustrate how marketing research projects are conceptualized and carried out in the real world.

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