Preface; Part I: Introduction; 1. The scope of decision sciences; 2. Problem finding and alternative generation; Part II: Individual Decision Making; 3. Prediction and inference; 4. Valuation and choice; 5. Evaluating prescriptive approaches; Part III: Multi-person Decision Making; 6. Group decision making; 7. Formal models of group decision making; 8. Organisational decision making; 9. Societal decision making; Part IV: Epilogue; References; Appendices.
"Decision Sciences offers a broad and deep coverage of decision making; individual, group, organizational, and societal. It stresses the need to understand the decision process and integrates this with descriptive insight and prescriptive guidance to make wise decisions. Decision Sciences has defined the field." Ralph L. Keeney, author of Value-Focused Thinking