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Farewell Jayne Van Souwe

April 17, 2019 0

It is with great sadness that we advise that our esteemed colleague, friend and AMSRS Fellow, Jayne van Souwe, Principal at Wallis Market and Social Research, passed away on Monday April 15th 2019. Jayne was […]

We want it now: the client perspective

April 10, 2019 0

Ever tightening research timelines was one of the hot topics at the 2018 AMSRS Annual Conference. Building on the discussion, Research News spoke to a number of clients to learn what is happening within their […]

Canada’s MRIA to Reopen

April 1, 2019 0

March 29 2019 Canadian MR body the MRIA is to reopen in April, just eight months after declaring bankruptcy. New MR industry association CRIC warns that the relaunch will result in confusion – both in […]

Dynata Launches Survey Participation Report

April 1, 2019 0

March 28 2019 Dynata has released the first edition of a Global Trends Report, which benchmarks the environmental, societal and psychological attitudes that impact people’s participation in research. The firm, which was known until recently […]

Avoiding the pitfalls of ‘rogue’ research

March 26, 2019 0

Dianne Gardiner explores the dangers of the ‘some research is better than no research’ mentality. The need for speed is real. This is not new news – but dealing with the implications of the continuous […]

Rebecca Huntley In conversation with Bridie Jabour

March 19, 2019 0

Sydney: Thursday 21st March – 6.30pm 2019 AMSRS Conference chair, Rebecca Huntley will be in conversation with Bridie Jabour on Thursday 21st March – 6.30pm at Gleebooks to discuss her essay – Australia Fair: Listening […]

Which institutions do we trust?

March 19, 2019 0

With the results of numerous Royal Commissions now before us, and debate raging around how much we trust our institutions, the latest Essential Research report provides pause for thought. The report which summarises the results […]

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