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Preference-driven biases in decision makers’ information search and evaluation
(Society for Judgment and Decision Making (SJDM) and the European Association for Decision Making (EADM), 2013-09)
While it is well established that the search for information after a decision is biased toward supporting that decision, the case of preference-supporting search before the decision remains open. Three studies of consumer ...
General open and closed queueing networks with blocking: A unified framework for approximation
In this paper, we develop a unified framework for approximating open and closed queueing networks under any general blocking protocol by extending and generalizing the approximation algorithm for open tandem queues under ...
Local Reasons to Give Globally: Identity Extension and Global Cooperation
(Springer Nature, 2017-11-14)
Recent political events across the world suggest a retrenchment from globalization and a possible increase in parochialism. This inward-looking threat from parochialism occurs just as the global community faces growing ...
Killing Me Softly: Organizational E-mail Monitoring Expectations' Impact on Employee and Significant Other Well-Being
(SAGE PUBLICATIONS INC, 2019-12-12)
This paper tests the relationship between organizational expectations to monitor work-related electronic communication during nonwork hours and the health and relationship satisfaction of employees and their significant ...
Nuances in the Interplay of Competition and Cooperation: Towards a Theory of Coopetition
Progress in coopetition research is impeded by two problems in the literature: (a) superficial conceptualization of simultaneity and outcomes and (b) lack of theorizing about core properties of coopetition and how they ...