International organizations, Management Theories

International Organizations:

International  organizations  such as the international monetary fund the world bank the united nations organizations the Asian bank the African bank. Foreign embassies etc. Publish several useful statistics which can be used by researchers. The statistics may relate to the population problem trade institutions culture agriculture. Regional festivals superstitions education  consumption transportation forestry manufacturing and so on. There are several other publication such  as the world almanac; Thomas register etc which  publish  much useful information  for marketing  researchers.

References and Bibliography: In every  publication the researcher can find  references and a  bibliography which  can be very  good  sources of information  of marketing  research. The  researcher can consult them  for further information  and data. Volumes  of Statistics: There are several  private  and public  organizations which  prepare a  summary of statistics.

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