In Smart Money Decisions, a renowed expert in the field of decision-making and negotiation shows how and why we make the decisions we do. Professor Bazerman offers an intriguing audit of people’s psychological relationship with money, providing essential understanding that will help readers identify their own approaches to finances, recognize any inherent problems, and determine ways to overcome them. Using as examples the types of decisions people make every day, such as buying a car or considering the purchase of warranties on appliances, Bazerman guides the reader toward the goal of permanently improving financial decision-making. Finally, the book identifies the ten most important money mistakes people make and explains how to avoid them.
Smart Money Decisions: Why You Do What You Do With Money (And How to Change for the Better) Attributes
|Author:||Max H. Bazerman|
|Publisher:||John Wiley & Sons, 1999|