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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 ...
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 ...
Adapting Pink Time to promote self-regulated learning across course and student types
To explore new opportunities to promote self-regulated learning (SRL) across a variety of contexts, this study applies a novel assignment called Pink Time in seven different courses at two universities. The assignment asks ...
COVID-19 and the importance of space in entrepreneurship research and policy
Given the COVID-19 crisis, the importance of space in the global economic system has emerged as critical in a hitherto unprecedented way. Even as large-scale, globally operating digital platform enterprises find new ways ...