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Marketing Research: Student Edition

Marketing Research: Student Edition (Hardback)

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Transform a world of marketing data into strategic advantage In a world exploding with marketing data, there's one text that keeps pace with the latest tools, applications, and developments in marketing research. Now in its Seventh Edition, Aaker, Kumar, and Day's Marketing Research shows future managers and researchers when marketing research can and should be used, what research alternatives exist, how to recognize effective and ineffective research, and how to interpret and apply the results. The authors take readers step by step through the entire marketing research process, describing the most advanced and current methodologies. Reflecting emerging trends and changes in the marketplace, this new edition has been completely revised, updated, and enhanced.

New features include: Relevant and recent examples and citations Expanded coverage of e-commerce and database marketing New cases and problems, covering a wide range of products and organizations Marketing Research in Business sections in each chapter that focus on the real-world applications of marketing research Firm-specific and data-specific URLs connecting to the most recent information New coverage of the use of SPSS(r) in illustrating the data analysis Now available with SPSS(r) software. This Seventh Edition can be packaged with SPSS(r) Student Version 9.0 (Set ISBN: 0-471-39564-1).

BusinessBusiness & managementSales & marketingMarket research Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd Publication Date: 03/08/2000 ISBN-13: 9780471363408  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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David A. Aaker, University of California; V. Kumar, University of Houston; George S. Day, University of Pennsylvania

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