The Centre for Decision Research

Researching how individuals, groups and organisations make decisions

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Tribute for Baruch Fischhoff

Watch the 2016 tribute for Professor Baruch Fischhoff

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What we do

The Centre for Decision Research brings together researchers from across the University of Leeds, who have an interest in human decision making.

Founded in March 1996, the Centre for Decision Research has a strong multi-disciplinary focus that has led to research collaborations across a wide range of academic disciplines.

Members of the Centre carry out a broad range of decision research, much of it funded externally. They publish extensively in academic journals, edited books and practitioner journals, as well as presenting at major national and international conferences.

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Professor Wändi Bruine de Bruin has been elected a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.

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Barbara Summers was an invited discussant at the Netspar International Pension Workshop 2018 in Leiden.

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Gulbanu Kaptan has recently co-authored the paper 'Drivers of existing and emerging food safety risks: Expert opinion regarding multiple impacts' in the journal of Food Control.

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A paper co-authored by Christina Phillips has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Forecasting.

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Full details of the semester two CDR seminar series.

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Patrick Meyer, professor at IMT Atlantique, will be delivering this Centre for Decision Research (CDR) and Leeds Institute for Data Analytics (LIDA) co-badged seminar.

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