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<P></P><P>There has long been a gap for a text that bridges the fundamental ecological issues facing society and modern marketing. This is that text. Following an ecological imperative, Fuller, explores the reasons for studying sustainable marketing in 8 key chapters which encompass strategy, products, channel networks, Communications, pricing and market development. At a time when one is looking at global warming, hydrocarbon taxes, air and water pollution and increased incidences of respiratory diseases this is a very opportune text.</P><P></P><P>In the UK, BAA have just launched a sustainable company strategy for its business and this is the book that outlines what that approach means for the modern marketer.</P><P></P> <
Marketing Research and Modeling addresses state of the art developments including new techniques and methodologies by leading experts in marketing and marketing research. This work emphasizes new developments in Bayesian Decision Analysis, Multivariate Analysis, Multidimensional Scaling, Conjoint Analysis, Applications of Conjoint and MDS technique, Data Mining, Cluster Analysis, and Neural Networks.
Marketers now have the opportunity to invest in more data research and take advantage of social networking. The new 12th edition ofMarketing Research shows marketers how to utilize these techniques to compliment traditional methods. The book focuses on international market research and incorporates new case studies to present the latest information in the field. Marketers will also be able to access the books Web site for a list of readings, links to other key sites, sample datasets for analysis, and practice questions after each chapter.
Proceedings of the IFLA Satellite Meeting held in Dublin, OH,14-16 August 2001 and sponsored by the IFLA Classification and Indexing Section, the IFLA Information Technology Section and OCLC.
Creative Marketing has been written in response to the continued failure to address the theory/practice gap in marketing management. The art world is full of creativity, yet existing marketing theory continues to prescribe formulaic, stepwise processes for marketing success. Rather than perpetuating the belief in the value of traditional marketing frameworks, this book draws on a diverse range of disciplines to inspire entrepreneurial thinking and practice among those marketers who wish to push the boundaries of knowledge and convention. Creative Marketing gets back to how best to support individuals as well as small, medium and micro-enterprises through new marketing approaches.
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