Berkeley J. Dietvorst
My research focuses on understanding how consumers and managers make judgments and decisions, and how to improve them. Thus far, my main stream of research investigates when and why forecasters fail to use algorithms that outperform human forecasters, and explores prescriptions that increase consumers’ and managers’ willingness to use algorithms.
My other streams of research focus on such topics as decision making under risk & uncertainty, consumers’ reactions to corporate experiments, people's ability to ignore to-be-disregarded information, the consequences of high performance expectations, and choice architecture.
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