Nick Webber
University of Birmingham
SituatedTime-inconsistent preferencesIntertemporal choiceDecision theoryDisposition effect
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#1Panagiotis Andrikopoulos (Coventry University)H-Index: 6
#2Nick Webber (University of Birmingham)H-Index: 1
This paper introduces an innovative framework for decision making by individuals with inconsistent preferences. Practices, associations of individuals with a preference set shared by its members, provide context and unify preferences across an economy so that decision-makers are situated in social and economic structures. Our framework models the time evolution of certain attributes, emerging from the practice framework, that govern individuals’ decisions and their intertemporal variation. A nov...
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We advance a unifying theoretical framework for stakeholder analysis by way of a rigorous mathematical formulation that can be used to inform both qualitative and quantitative research. The framework comprises five components contributing to stakeholder salience. Three of these relate to power, legitimacy and urgency, well known from classical stakeholder theory. The remaining two components represent types of resistance to change within an organization. Stakeholders are modeled as interactive e...