Cognitive characteristics affecting rational decision making style

Master thesis Norwegian OPEN
Rosenberg, Charlotte;

Abstract Decision making is one of the most important and frequent tasks among managers and employees in an organization. Knowledge about more stable cognitive characteristics underlying decision making styles has been requested. This study aimed to examine the rela... View more
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