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Satisficing Theory

Classical decision-making theory presumes decision makers to be rational actors who seek optimal or maximum solutions. This model, also known as rational choice, suggests that decision makers follow a linear sequence to arrive at a solution:

  • Identify desired outcome(s) in light ...
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