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DECISION EVENT MODEL OF DECISION-MAKING


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What is the meaning of Decision event model of decision-making?

The decision event model of decision-making emphasises concurrent evaluation of multiple options; relies on analytical methods for integrating values and probabilities associated with each option; and seeks an optimal solution (Klein et al, 1993: 6).

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Kurt Weyland, "Learning from Foreign Models in Latin American Policy Reform".
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John C. Harsanyi, "Rational Behaviour and Bargaining Equilibrium in Games and Social Situations (Cambridge Paperback Library)".
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