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The Modeling of the Decisional Process A Case of Study for the Portfolio Management

Laura Ştefănescu () and Andy Stefanescu

Informatica Economica, 2007, vol. XI, issue 1, 103-108

Abstract: In the architecture of the management functionality and performance, its decisional component has a privileged position. No other element has a more stressed managerial specificity and a greater impact in all the plans of its activities and results. There are the main reasons which determined the authors to do a detailed analyze of the elements which intervene in decisional process. To have as a result a well founded and opportune decision any decisional model had to acquire, process, interpret a larger volume of information, in a shorter period. These demands have directed the whole structure of this paper.

Keywords: decision; decisional model; decisional variables; parameters; cause – effect relations. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2007
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