Research Methods and Tools
Retail Patronage BehaviorJan 1, 1980 Edgar A. Pessemier, 1980, 80-112
Describes key measures of retail patronage behavior and shows how formal quantitative analysis of patronage behavior can help guide strategic merchandising decisions.
Retail Assortments Some Theoretical and Applied ProblemsJan 1, 1980 Edgar A. Pessemier, 1980, 80-111
Demonstrates how techniques for measuring both quantitative and qualitative elements of a retail assortment can help managers achieve and control retail inventories more effectively.
Toward the Development of Industry Standards for Response and Nonresponse RatesJan 1, 1980 Frederick Wiseman and Philip R. McDonald, 1980, 80-101
Reports results from a survey of commercial research firms and client companies concerning their definition and calculation of various response and nonresponse rates.
Age ClassificationJan 1, 1979 Fred D. Reynolds and John Neter, 1979, 79-100
Investigates empirically the effectiveness of currently used standard age classifications for analyzing consumer marketing data.
Simulation Methods as an Aid to Designing Market Map Studies: A Managerial ReviewJan 1, 1979 Edgar A. Pessemier, 1979, 79-102
Describes a simulation approach designed to help a firm choose the most cost-effective method of developing a market map in the context of its market environment.
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