Sökning: "prospect theory"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 117 uppsatser innehållade orden prospect theory.
- Kandidat-uppsats, Göteborgs universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen
Sammanfattning : This case study has investigated the possibility of utilizing current CSR commitments to further employee motivation, by exploring the relation between motivation and alignment in commitments to social challenges. Self Determination Theory, Institutional Theory and Systems Theory has been used to explore the positive correlation between CSR and Motivation, as shown by Kunz (2020). LÄS MER
2. Probability Distortion in the relationship between Depression and Problem Gambling: A Mediation AnalysisMaster-uppsats, Göteborgs universitet/Graduate School
Sammanfattning : We posit that people with depressive symptoms are prone to problem gambling, and explorewhether one possible driver of this is that depression increases misperception of probabilities.To test this hypothesis, we conducted a self-report survey on 230 regular gamblers recruitedfrom Prolific. LÄS MER
- Magister-uppsats, Lunds universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen
Sammanfattning : Purpose: This research aimed to investigate cross-national differences in risk preferences to uncover whether risk appetite, consisting of perceived and actual risk, differs amongst demographics. This paper aims to understand whether Polish and Dutch business students differ in their risk preferences and how this impacts strategic management. LÄS MER
- Master-uppsats, Lunds universitet/Nationalekonomiska institutionen
Sammanfattning : Live attendance at sports events is important for individual teams as well as for the broader community of a sport. The amount of uncertainty about the outcome of a game is considered a crucial determinant of game attendance. This study examines how fans’ expectation about game outcome affects game attendance in Swedish Allsvenskan. LÄS MER
- D-uppsats, Handelshögskolan i Stockholm/Institutionen för finansiell ekonomi
Sammanfattning : In 2011, Bali et al. presented evidence that stocks with extreme one and multi day-returns significantly underperform stocks with less extreme returns in the following month. They attributed this to investors exhibiting a preference for stocks with lottery-like payoffs. LÄS MER