Paradigms in Marketing — Towards the Synthesis. Market Research and Preference Data. Basic traditions were characterized as crystallization of conceptual networks, broadening the concepts and reintegration stages of development. The article is devoted to the specificity of marketing research in a multi-level setting.
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