Public Sector and Policy-making

Public Sector and Policy-making
Research has always been the cornerstone of informed decisions with its capacity to provide valuable insights and data and to separate what is important to politicians and policymakers for the wealth of their constituencies.

European Union used car market study

How market research helped the European Commission to understand buyers’ experience with second-hand cars
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Improving US consumers’ financial health

How GfK research helped the Center for Financial Services Innovation (CFSI) understand and measure the financial health of Americans.
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What is the nature and scale of violence against women in the EU?

How market research allowed the EU Fundamental Rights Agency to make policy recommendations to combat violence against women
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National campaign to reduce violence against women and their children

How market research contributed to a ‘new way of thinking’ about a long-standing issue
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How is opinion research used in Canadian public policy?

How market research helped an association understand the perceived role and use of research in Canadian policy-making
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What are the effects of food labels on consumers in the EU?

How market research helped the EU assess the impact of its Guidelines on labeling schemes and the attitude of consumers towards labels
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Is credit scoring based on big data analytics fair and accurate?

How market research sparked debate in Germany on the effectiveness of credit scoring.
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Gathering vital food security data in the Democratic Republic of Congo

How market research helped the World Food Programme identify food security indicator data
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How can governments encourage people to submit thei taxes online?

How market research helped the French government increase online tax submission.
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How chocolate bears changed the attitudes of New Zealanders to energy efficient light bulbs.

How market research helped New Zealand’s Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) encourage New Zealanders to use energy more efficiently at home, at work and on the road
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