Examines the need to carryout international consumer research, the importance of first hand, experience of consumer behaviour in foreign markets, and the design of consumer research studies. Suggests that the nature of international consumer behaviour and the requirements for international marketing decisions requires two components understanding of behavioural science in relation to consumer behaviour; and knowledge of modern marketing research techniques, their assumptions, limitations and advantages. Proposes that correct usage of these components will advance the quality and utility of consumer research.
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