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The module is designed to strengthen the project planning and leadership skills of current and future conservation and natural resource professionals who will be managing staff and projects, often under challenging conditions. It is also appropriate for researchers responsible for the planning and leadership of scientific projects involving diverse research teams.
This study tests assumptions regarding human rationality, consistency, and decision-making process based on expected value as assumed in expected utility theory. The results from closed experiment using 24 graduate students from faculty of economics as a sample indicate that the majority of samples do not behave as the expected utility theory assumes.
Rather, they show preference reversal and do not think in terms of expected value but use intuition. This study suggests that these unrealistic assumptions have to be abandoned and replaced with more realistic ones.
Assuming rationality, consistency, and thinking process based on expected value for every decision-making has been proven by other fields of sciences as well as unorthodox economics that these behaviors are not consistent with actual human behaviors.
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This is a tough budget time for all federal organizations. NIH is among them, having experienced a relatively flat budget for the past seven years and facing a continuation of this pattern or perhaps even declining budgets for and beyond. As we consider how to continue to fund outstanding biomedical research during austere times, we are weighing various options, including looking closely at the way we manage NIH resources. As part of the deliberation process, we have put together information on some funding scenarios, such as limiting the number of research program grant awards per investigator, the total amount of awards per investigator, the size of awards, or the amount of salary support paid by NIH. We are interested in your ideas about how best to manage in complex budgetary times. We have posted the information we gathered about the various options on the OER website.
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By John Brockman. Unlock your mind.
Все здесь напоминало зловещую декорацию к голливудскому фильму ужасов. В воздухе стоял тяжелый запах мочи. Лампочки в конце коридора не горели, и на протяжении последних двадцати метров можно было различать только смутные силуэты. Женщина с кровотечением… плачущая молодая пара… молящаяся маленькая девочка.
У алтаря кто-то кричал, за спиной у него слышались тяжелые шаги. Беккер толкнул двойную дверь и оказался в некотором подобии кабинета.
- Там пробел. Беккер пожал плечами и вгляделся в надпись. - Да, их тут немало. - Я что-то не понимаю, - вмешался Фонтейн.
The environmental exposures to humankind have increased in number and intensity over past decades introducing the possibility of extreme incidents with irreversible impacts on business and society.