Judgment in managerial decision making

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J. Wiley, 1994 - Business & Economics - 226 pages
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Cognitive and experimental in design, it explains decision making by having the reader respond to many decision items. Early chapters offer the opportunity to examine individual judgment and later ones provide a variety of interpersonal contexts that can affect judgment. This edition features a new chapter on fairness, ethics and social comparison processes in decision making. Quiz items and examples have been updated.

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User Review  - Larry - Goodreads

Probably the best book I have ever read on decision making. Should be required reading in high school. Read full review

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User Review  - Steven P. - Goodreads

I assume this is the latest edition of the book that I read for a class in the early '90s, which I recall as a slim paperback volume. It covered cognitive biases clearly, with simple, compelling examples. Important stuff that I hadn't been exposed to previously. Read full review

Contents

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Biases Emanating from the Availability Heuristic
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Biases Emanating from Anchoring and Adjustment
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Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Max H. Bazerman is the J. J. Gerber Distinguished Professor of Dispute Resolution and Organizations and Margaret A. Neale is the H. L. and Helen Kellogg Distinguished Professor of Dispute Resolution and Organizations at the J. L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. They are co-authors of "Cognition and Rationality in Negotiation" (Free Press, 1991).