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Presentation
INFORMS Seattle DEI final 191020.pdf
INFORMS National Conference (2019)
  • Michael P Johnson, Jr.
Abstract
Scholarly research on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the decision sciences is largely concentrated in areas of management and organization design. However, DEI is relevant to other domains of inquiry, and can be understood in terms other than economic efficiency and organization effectiveness. I discuss what a research agenda in decision sciences would look like if DEI, and a focus on social costs and benefits and social justice were central to this work. Examples to be discussed include: the new economy, climate resilience and disaster response, and human services.
Keywords
  • diversity,
  • equity,
  • inclusion,
  • decision science
Publication Date
October 20, 2019
Location
Seattle, WA
Citation Information
Michael P Johnson. "INFORMS Seattle DEI final 191020.pdf" INFORMS National Conference (2019)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/michael_johnson/120/