The end of anonymity as we know it. Purism against the need for decision making

This paper initiates a discussion about respondent anonymity. Both from the side of the consumer as well as from the client, there are reasons to give the removal of anonymity from respondents some second thoughts.

The End of Anonymity as We Know It

Purism Against the Need for Decision Making

Rob J.F. DoesITHAKA Marktanalisten, Netherlands

BACKGROUND

In today's business, we identify three major revolutions that are affecting the way we work.

  1. Our society is becoming increasingly...