The Effects of Complexity on Decision-MakingFebruary 2008: Economic theory notwithstanding, people faced with everything from restaurant menus to health care plans find that more choices are not always better. New research by Mike Shor, assistant professor of management, is sorting out the complexities of information overload and seeking to insure better decisions for individuals and society.
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