A Theory of the Decision-Making Process: Roosevelt and the Destroyer Deal
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The objective of this study is to explain why a particular decision was made: why one decision and not another. The underlying assumption is that if men could only understand why international events occurred as they did, then the events could be placed under greater control. The goal is a deliberate widening of the application of relevant knowledge to policy formation by the decision-makers. Decision-making analysis is not the only way to seek such understanding, but creators of decision-making frameworks affirm that it is worth serious exploration. It is to this end that I have fashioned my own model of decision-making.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.