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|Abstract=The  concept  of  "satisficing"  is  of  central  importance  to  many  investigations  of  the  social  psychology  of economic  decision  making.  Through  the  examination  of materials  drawn  from  an actual  business negotiation,  this  paper  seeks  to  explore  the  interactional  features  of  satisficing  as a rational  course  of economic  action.  Two  devices  for  accomplishing  outcomes  which  satisfice  are noticed  and  analyzed.  
 
|Abstract=The  concept  of  "satisficing"  is  of  central  importance  to  many  investigations  of  the  social  psychology  of economic  decision  making.  Through  the  examination  of materials  drawn  from  an actual  business negotiation,  this  paper  seeks  to  explore  the  interactional  features  of  satisficing  as a rational  course  of economic  action.  Two  devices  for  accomplishing  outcomes  which  satisfice  are noticed  and  analyzed.  
Some  implications  of  this  mode  of  analysis  for  studies  of  decision  making  are  proposed.  
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Some  implications  of  this  mode  of  analysis  for  studies  of  decision  making  are  proposed.
 
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Anderson-etal1987
BibType ARTICLE
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Author(s) Robert J. Anderson, John A. Hughes, Wes Sharrock
Title Executive Problem Finding: Some Material and Initial Observations
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Tag(s) EMCA, Negotiations, Economics, satisficing
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Year 1987
Language English
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Journal Social Psychology Quarterly
Volume 50
Number 2
Pages 143-159
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The concept of "satisficing" is of central importance to many investigations of the social psychology of economic decision making. Through the examination of materials drawn from an actual business negotiation, this paper seeks to explore the interactional features of satisficing as a rational course of economic action. Two devices for accomplishing outcomes which satisfice are noticed and analyzed. Some implications of this mode of analysis for studies of decision making are proposed.

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