Advanced Marketing Research

Methods, Tools and Analytics for Effective Market Research

Learn how to develop and apply the latest marketing research methods with this concise, practical textbook that includes real-world data and examples.
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EAN: 9781398614680
Edition: 1
Format: 240x170
400 pages

About the book

Understanding and applying marketing research is essential for marketing students. It provides knowledge of consumers, the product lifecycle and perspectives of employees, competitors and funders.

Advanced Marketing Research is a new textbook written for undergraduate and postgraduate marketing students, providing them with essential research methods and skills. Using a problem-based learning approach, it covers the traditional qualitative and quantitative marketing research tools such as surveys, focus groups and interviews as well as newer techniques such as big data analytics, neural networks and social media sentiment analysis.

It explores the use of artificial intelligence and the multiverse in marketing research and the ethical considerations that need to be taken into account. Readers will also learn how to write a marketing research report and the importance of visualisation. It is supported by a range of features including learning outcomes, end of chapter examples with data sets and sample essay questions. With online resources consisting of lecturer slides, additional exercises and multiple choice questions, Advanced Marketing Research is an indispensable resource for marketing students.

About the authors

Saurabh Bhattacharya is Senior Lecturer in Marketing at Newcastle University Business School, teaching Marketing Research and Research Methods modules. He was previously Assistant Professor at IBS Hyderabad, India.

Arpita Agnihotri is Assistant Professor in Management at the School of Business Administration, Penn State Harrisburg, teaching modules including Business Strategy and HR Analytics and Organizational Learning. She has published research in the Journal of World Business and International Journal of Information Management.