MODELISATION DU RISQUE DANS LES METHODOLOGIES D'AUDIT : APPORT DES DE LA PSYCHOMETRIE

Conference object, Preprint French OPEN
Mansour , Sadok (2007)
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Subject: [SHS.GESTION] Humanities and Social Sciences/Business administration | [ SHS.GESTION ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Business administration | rationalité | Décision,Jugement,rationalité,Heuristiques | Jugement | Heuristiques | Décision

International audience; Le thème de la décision en situation d'incertitude a été abordé par les recherches en audit en utilisant des approches normatives et descriptives issues des mathématiques et des Sciences économiques. Nous expliquons l'apport en audit des recherches en psychologie de la décision menées par Kahneman et Tversky.
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