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Managerial Decision Making

Managerial Decision Making

Elgar Research Reviews in Business

Don A. Moore

For this research review Professor Don Moore has selected the seminal articles that are the cornerstone of a discipline that has exploded in both productivity and influence. The review covers Herbert Simon’s groundbreaking work on bounded rationality, as well as important papers on anchoring, the bias of framing, the problem of overconfidence, the preference for fairness, emotional influences and the strengths and weaknesses of human intuitive judgement.

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Don A. Moore

Subjects: business and management, organisational behaviour

For this research review Professor Don Moore has selected the seminal articles that are the cornerstone of a discipline that has exploded in both productivity and influence. The review covers Herbert Simon’s groundbreaking work on bounded rationality, as well as important papers on anchoring, the bias of framing, the problem of overconfidence, the preference for fairness, emotional influences and the strengths and weaknesses of human intuitive judgement.

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