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This guide is for industries:
for products use Marketing,
for economic conditions use Economics.

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Georgetown Library Catalog

Using the Library Catalog

Suggestions on how to search HoyaSearch (includes books from regional libraries)

Demographic research Demographic surveys Consumers Consumers preferences Consumer behavior Brand choice Preference heterogeneity Brand inertia Brand mobility Consumers‐Attitudes Target marketing Market segmentation Blacks as consumers Male consumers Women consumers Teenage consumers Child consumers Hispanic American consumers Psychographic

To find information on a specific industry:

e.g. Automobile industry and trade -- Japan

Beverage industry -- Great Britain

Defense industries -- China


To find concepts:

e.g. Competition, International


Joint ventures -- Developing countries

Luxury Goods Industry


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