The Union finance ministry expects Indian Economy would grow at least 6% in the current financial year, citing a pickup in investment and rising investor confidence. RBI has projected the Indian economy to grow at 5.7%, which is lower than even some private forecasts.
System 1 and System 2 refer to dual process theory (DPT) a class of general theories of higher cognitive processing such as reasoning. There have been 12 different theories of DPT over the past 40 or so years and the distinction between different types of thinking has been around for well over 150 years.
Aka Enabling Techniques - At the very heart of qualitative research, projective and enabling techniques bring alive the power of the craft through fun games and exercises.
How to make behaviour work in CPG, financial services, technology and retail? Using behavioural science to get closer to the consumer.
As automotive manufacturers around the world continue to grapple with stagnating or declining sales in their traditional markets, a strong strategy for geographic diversification becomes increasingly urgent.
The survey included questions related to infrastructure - road, rail and air networks, utilities such as energy and water, and broadband and other communications. It has provided attitudinal and ‘satisfaction’ data across 26 countries.
Here are the results for Great Britain.
Some say the best way to predict the future is to create the future. In this month’s Thought Starter sourced by Ipsos’ eNation Omnibus, we fast forward 13 years to examine ways our lives may differ in the year 2030.
From Monday morning moans to Saturday night selfies, more information about our lives is being captured and analysed than ever before. In fact, over 90% of all available human data has been recorded in the last two years and is already being used to transform the world around us.
2017 US Politics - President Trump’s Approval Rating is the Same, 45% of All Americans Approve (February 22)
The biggest takeaway from this week’s Ipsos Core Political Data is that the direction of the state is essentially unchanged from last week. President Trump’s approval rating is the same, 45% of all Americans approve and 50% disapprove of the job he is doing as Commander in Chief. As with previous Ipsos data on this point, there is a sharp party divide with 19% of Democrats approving of the job, and 79% disapproving. On the Republican side, 82% approve of Trump’s handling of the job, while 16% disapprove. Among Independents 39% support – and 53% oppose.
A recent Ipsos MORI survey for an international research consortium led by Cardiff University explored public perceptions of climate change in four European countries – France, Germany, Norway and the UK.