About Armenian Sociological Association
Established in 1992, ASA - Armenian Sociological Association is the pioneer and one of the leaders among research
organizations in Armenia. ASA is a national member of ISA-International Sociological
Association, ESOMAR-European Research Organizations. ASA group has begun its
activity in 2001 to provide marketing research services to Armenian and foreign companies. Since 2005 ASA has done
all its activities based on ESOMAR codes and guidelines. ASA has the best practice in Armenia, based on 17 years
Today ASA has no equal in Armenia on:
- the quantity and scale of conducted researches;
- the quantity of publications in different languages;
- the quantity of participation in international projects and conferences;
- the quantity and geography of partner organizations;
- the realization of regional programs in South Caucasus;
- availability of technical basis and program equipment;
- availability of net of 100 trained interviewers, experienced instructors.
ASA has a great authority in Armenia on conducting quantitative and qualitative surveys, starting from 1992.
ASA participates in numerous international sociological projects ( including World Value Survey, several
projects of TACIS, INTAS, COPERNICUS, FP6 ), takes part in numerous international conferences and world congresses.
The scientific staff of ASA group is formed by 15 experienced experts in different fields of sociology, marketing,
psychology, communication and statistic. The research staff and executive members are trained for executing
projects in quantitative and qualitative types. This professional group can serve research considering conditions
and traits of projects and using various survey methods depend from the nature of topics. Among the permanent staff
there are a doctor of sociology and 4 candidates of science, 7 postgraduate students and competitors, fluent in
foreign languages. Many of staff members received individual grants from IREX, Fulbright Fellowship Foundation,
Open Society Institute (USA), CEU (Budapest). Annually ASA is conducting about 25-30 surveys.