This introductory chapter proposes a discussion on the main issues as regards the research perspectives on strategic decision-making processes for companies, examining peculiarities and limits of the approaches based on full rationality of choices, and recalling those that take into account the behavioral dynamics of the decision-makers, as well as their psychological and relational characteristics, as factors affecting decisions. These aspects also emerge with reference to decisions related to internationalization processes, whose understanding an interdisciplinary analysis perspective is necessary.

Rationality, Heuristics and Biases in Strategic Decisions

Fabio Musso
2020-01-01

Abstract

This introductory chapter proposes a discussion on the main issues as regards the research perspectives on strategic decision-making processes for companies, examining peculiarities and limits of the approaches based on full rationality of choices, and recalling those that take into account the behavioral dynamics of the decision-makers, as well as their psychological and relational characteristics, as factors affecting decisions. These aspects also emerge with reference to decisions related to internationalization processes, whose understanding an interdisciplinary analysis perspective is necessary.
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