Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

37 Hunt Rd

Hunt Rd

Bulwer

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.854513

30.998041

14 Crenbroke Crs

Crenbroke Crs

Umhlanga Rocks

4320

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.74621

31.074488

8 Gilford Pl

Gilford Pl

Durban

4016

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.780028

31.044606

Salmon Grve

MaritimeHse

Salmon Grve

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.860102

31.020192

12 Ebonyfield Av

Ebony Plce

Ebonyfield Av

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.807225

31.005399

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ECONOMIC RESEARCH

Economic research institutions support researchers in the design and roll out of large socio economic research projects using the latest available methods and technology. Their aim is to balance the academic approach, time and budget constraints that researchers operate under. They intend to deliver major research projects with direct impact on economic policies or economic program designs. In addition they intend to play an active role in the development of socio economic research works.

Economic research institutions work with the public sector to find solutions to complex economic development problems. They collect extensive data, entrenched in local political and institutional context with the aim to design economic solution policies. Their aim is to become the main drivers of knowledge creation in economic development, thereby providing policy makers with more precise information to make informed decisions.

Economic research institutions also provide market research intelligence advisory services targeted at local medium entrepreneurship businesses and large enterprises as well as foreign investors. Their approach is structured and integrates quantitative and qualitative data collection analysis techniques. They also play a role in attracting foreign investment in the country and help clients to identify opportunities to grow.

Researchers and other survey groups that require skillful economic research services can contact institutions and associations found in Yellow pages. They assist clients to analyse, visualise and make sense of large data sets using program evaluation techniques, econometrics, complex network analysis and GIS mapping techniques. They always ensure high research standards by training enumerator teams, carefully preparing survey logistics, including effective supervision of mechanisms and quality checks, using latest available technology and following ethics standards.

Economic research institutions are found in Yellow pages at www.yellowpages.co.za
 
ECONOMIC RESEARCH

Economic research institutions support researchers in the design and roll out of large socio economic research projects using the latest available methods and technology. Their aim is to balance the academic approach, time and budget constraints that researchers operate under. They intend to deliver major research projects with direct impact on economic policies or economic program designs. In addition they intend to play an active role in the development of socio economic research works.

Economic research institutions work with the public sector to find solutions to complex economic development problems. They collect extensive data, entrenched in local political and institutional context with the aim to design economic solution policies. Their aim is to become the main drivers of knowledge creation in economic development, thereby providing policy makers with more precise information to make informed decisions.

Economic research institutions also provide market research intelligence advisory services targeted at local medium entrepreneurship businesses and large enterprises as well as foreign investors. Their approach is structured and integrates quantitative and qualitative data collection analysis techniques. They also play a role in attracting foreign investment in the country and help clients to identify opportunities to grow.

Researchers and other survey groups that require skillful economic research services can contact institutions and associations found in Yellow pages. They assist clients to analyse, visualise and make sense of large data sets using program evaluation techniques, econometrics, complex network analysis and GIS mapping techniques. They always ensure high research standards by training enumerator teams, carefully preparing survey logistics, including effective supervision of mechanisms and quality checks, using latest available technology and following ethics standards.

Economic research institutions are found in Yellow pages at www.yellowpages.co.za
 
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