Articles

Strategies d'alliances européennes des banques françaises

T. Abdessemed, B. MAROIS

Revue Banque

mars 1996, n°568, pp.55-57

Départements : Finance


Symmetric Smooth Consumption Externalities

H. CRES

Journal of Economic Theory

1996, vol. 69, pp.334-366

Départements : Finance


Teaching Academic Writing in a French Business School

V. GAUTHIER

International Journal for Teachers of English Writing Skills, Robbie Dean Press, Ann Arbor

janvier 1996

Départements : Langues et Cultures


The Army motif in the Red Badge of courage as a response to industrial capitalism

D. SHANAHAN

Papers on Language & Literature

automne 1996, vol. 32, n°4

Départements : Langues et Cultures


The Effects of Decision Support and Task Contingencies on Model Formulation: A Cognitive Perspective

P. A. TODD, I. BENBASAT

Decision Support Systems

aout 1996, vol. 17, n°4, pp.241-252

Départements : Information Systems and Operations Management

Mots clés : model formulation, decision support systems, cognitive cost-benefit approach, behavioral decision making

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0167923696000036


This paper takes a cognitive cost-benefit approach to understanding model formulation. Work in the behavioral decision literature on the role of effort and accuracy in choice tasks indicates that effort, or cognitive cost, is a key factor in understanding decision behavior. However, the model formulation literature does not discuss how effort interacts with other factors, such as task complexity and decision aids, to influence model formulation. In this paper, based on the work on the cost-benefit theories of cognition, we posit that two types of effort, namely that associated with building or formulating a model and that associated with utilizing that model in the solution of a problem, will influence model formulation. We then examine how the methods used in the behavioral decision making literature and the reported findings concerning the interaction of effort with task and decision aids can be utilized to understand model formulation

The Functions of Luxury: A Situational Approach to Excursionism

G. Laurent, B. DUBOIS

Advances in Consumer Research

1996, vol. 23, pp.470-477

Départements : Marketing


The Functions of Luxury: A Situational Approach to Excursionism

B. DUBOIS, G. LAURENT

Advances in Consumer Research

1996, vol. 23, pp.470-477

Départements : Marketing


Un dirigeant-séducteur pour gérer le changement

V. Perret, B. RAMANANTSOA

Revue Française de Gestion

novembre-décembre 1996, n°111, pp.143-151

Départements : Stratégie et Politique d’Entreprise, GREGHEC (CNRS)


Uncovering Strategic Assumptions: Understanding Managers' Ability to Build Representations

E. Mounoud, T. Durand, B. RAMANANTSOA

European Management Journal

août 1996, vol. 14, n°4, pp.389-398

Départements : Stratégie et Politique d’Entreprise, GREGHEC (CNRS)


Wrapping Form and Organizational Beauty

R. RAMIREZ

Organization

mai 1996, vol. 3, n°2, pp.233-242

Départements : Management et Ressources Humaines



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