Essays on Making Interdependent Decisions and Their Evaluations

Abstract :-
This dissertation comprises of two essays that investigate factors influencing interdependent decision-making and the evaluations of such decision outcomes. In the first essay, we examine the influence of time taken by a bargaining opponent to respond to an offer on bargainers’ perceptions of their own bargaining outcomes. Extending previous research in several important ways, we propose and test a conceptualization where inferences of opponent’s reservation price lie at the core of the underlying explanation. Continue reading Essays on Making Interdependent Decisions and Their Evaluations