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Bounded Rationality


Bounded Rationality 

A term invented by Herbert Simon to capture the idea that most human decision making takes place under various constraints rather than ideal conditions of complete information and unlimited processing capacities.

(Pal. Leslie. 2006. Beyond Policy Analysis: Public Issue Management in Turbulent Times, 3rd ed. Toronto: Nelson Education, p. 34.)

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