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Strategic Information Disclosure to People with Multiple Alternatives

Amos Azaria, Zinovi Rabinovich, Claudia V. Goldman, Sarit Kraus
2014 ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology  
Specifically, in the strategic settings studied, the agent provides correct yet partial information about a state of the world that is unknown to the user but relevant to his decision.  ...  We use machine learning to model such deviation in people from this game theory based model.  ...  How well did the game theory based agent that finds the optimal policy of the information disclosure game, assuming that people choose the best response according to u r (GTBA), do against people? 2.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2558397 fatcat:rzzewqbkl5ds7c6iwmwhydpmrq

To what extent companies listed on alternative investment markets disclose strategic information in their annual reports? – comparative case studies

Joanna Dyczkowska
2015 Prace Naukowe Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego we Wrocławiu  
This paper aims at qualitative assessment of strategic information disclosures (SIDs) in annual reports of companies listed on the alternative investment markets.  ...  The paper aims at qualitative assessment of strategic disclosures included in annual reports of companies listed on alternative investment markets.  ... 
doi:10.15611/pn.2015.399.14 fatcat:wsqnuwlbyfe5lckk7dduidtdsm


Riza Praditha, Haliah Haliah, Abdul Hamid Habbe, Yohanis Rura, Anas Iswanto Anwar
2020 Hasanuddin Economics and Business Review  
This study aims to analyze the level of estimation bias made by investors based on the form of disclosure of single and multiple benchmark accounting information.  ...  The results of hypothesis testing indicate that the disclosure of accounting information in the form of multiple benchmarks is better than the form of single benchmark information.  ...  Whereas when investors are presented with multiple benchmark information, investors are better able to make more accurate assessments.  ... 
doi:10.26487/hebr.v4i1.2352 fatcat:4qau4foh3rff7htqs3wqgriwpu

The Role of Machiavellianism and Loneliness in Predicting Self-Disclosure Online

Elżbieta Sanecka, University of Silesia in Katowice
2021 The New Educational Review  
The results confirmed the role of Machiavellianism and loneliness as predictors of distinct aspects of self-disclosure online, suggesting that Machiavellianism, but not loneliness, leads to strategic self-disclosures  ...  The present study investigated how Machiavellianism and loneliness are related to different aspects of self-disclosure online among young adults, including honesty, amount, intent, and positive valence  ...  Consequently, future interventions aimed at minimalizing the negative consequence of strategic self-disclosures online among young adults should be designed to affect people differing in their levels of  ... 
doi:10.15804/tner. fatcat:v7xt23bbazekdfcmrja3wslcd4

Self-Disclosure in Social Media: Extending the Functional Approach to Disclosure Motivations and Characteristics on Social Network Sites

Natalya N. Bazarova, Yoon Hyung Choi
2014 Journal of Communication  
According to this model, people pursue strategic goals and disclose differently depending on social media affordances, and self-disclosure goals mediate between media affordances and disclosure intimacy  ...  From expressing deep personal feelings and opinions to documenting mundane details of daily life, this type of public 2 self-disclosure shared with multiple, diverse, and often ill-defined audiences blurs  ...  We would also like to acknowledge Malcolm Parks and the four anonymous reviewers for their helpful feedback on the earlier version of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1111/jcom.12106 fatcat:od3uao6g3vf4ppzlzh5hfac4be

Moving in social circles—social circle membership and performance implications

Willem Verbeke, Stefan Wuyts
2007 Journal of Organizational Behavior  
Second, we argue and find that membership of social circles affects individual performance (social circles foster the exchange of information, for which we find clear evidence), albeit not necessarily  ...  Our new insights into social circle membership and performance implications can guide individuals in seeking access to such social circles and can aid management in understanding and perhaps influencing  ...  and that people rely on people for access to information (Cross & Sproull, 2004) .  ... 
doi:10.1002/job.423 fatcat:lvl3wawdknbttoihfuaf7beln4

National Culture and Competitive Strategy Disclosure in Global Airline Strategic Alliances

Catherine Giapponi, Carl Scheraga
2010 Journal of the Transportation Research Forum  
With regard to masculinity, "more caring societies where more emphasis is given to the quality of life, people, and the environment, will tend to be more open" and transparent with regard to information  ...  In addition, future studies that integrate multiple dimensions of information disclosure including financial, governance, and strategic information, may provide a more complete understanding of differences  ... 
doi:10.5399/osu/jtrf.47.1.1071 fatcat:tsfwevf3ojc2hdbtbhtiwmqjy4

Strategic disclosure of evidence: Perspectives from psychology and law

Divya Sukumar, Kimberley A. Wade, Jacqueline S. Hodgson
2016 Psychology, public policy and law  
Accordingly, psychologists have developed strategic ways in which the police may present evidence to catch suspects lying or to elicit more information from suspects.  ...  Legal research is alive to the problems associated with strategically disclosing evidence to a suspect, such as preventing lawyers from advising the suspect effectively, increasing custodial pressure for  ...  Moreover, when planning strategic disclosure of evidence, interviewers need to think of alternative explanations that a suspect might offer for the evidence.  ... 
doi:10.1037/law0000092 fatcat:swk7kpwg4vbw3hjpbb5jxpcbky

Creating Space for Youth Voice: Implications of Youth Disclosure Experiences for Youth-Centered Research

Roberta Lynn Woodgate, Pauline Tennent, Sarah Barriage
2020 International Journal of Qualitative Methods  
We advocate for the adoption of the phrase of providing or creating space for youth voice, as one alternative to the phrase giving youth voice  ...  We present implications for researchers, ethics boards, funding agencies, and others who engage in youth-centered research, and offer alternative terminology to use in characterizing the elicitation and  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank the youth and families who participated in the studies.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1609406920958974 doaj:2a02242e24f545438109bdfe32d0a4e4 fatcat:nny2uapmkzdtldssaqnpjaqtgu

Protecting Growth Options in Dynamic Markets: The Role of Strategic Disclosure in Integrated Intellectual Property Strategies

Tilo Peters, Jana Thiel, Christopher L. Tucci
2013 California Management Review  
Given recent developments in information technology and intellectual property (IP) legislation, technology firms may benefit from an integrated IP strategy that combines patenting with strategic disclosure  ...  This article presents a series of cases that introduce various aspects of strategic disclosure and provide a framework for how and when such practices may be merited as part of an integrated IP strategy  ...  Given recent developments in information technology and intellectual property (IP) legislation, technology firms may benefit from an integrated IP strategy that combines patenting with strategic disclosure  ... 
doi:10.1525/cmr.2013.55.4.121 fatcat:z47yqbe6mbas7pt6pgbvzrqxnu

Work Systems as Frames of Reference for HR Disclosure

Aleksandra K. Bordunos, Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg State University, Sofia V. Kosheleva, Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg State University
2019 Russian Management Journal  
Research design relies on thematic and content analysis to compare existing standards with the ones proposed by the strategic human resource management literature.  ...  Additional attention is paid to the reasons of variety in the human resource disclosures and the rationale of preferring one work system over the other despite limited freedom of choice among available  ...  The interrelationship of these elements are usu ally analysed with other elements: organi zational system, the multiple players who enact a work system, and the multiple stake holders who evaluate the  ... 
doi:10.21638/spbu18.2019.302 fatcat:uzmcfuovfze7fd4qu4lvjrpb6e

Police officers' use of evidence to elicit admissions in a fictitious criminal case

Serra Tekin, Pär Anders Granhag, Leif A. Strömwall, Aldert Vrij
2016 Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling  
The investigators may benefit from recent research showing that strategic evidence disclosure can be used as a means to elicit admissions about a phase of a crime for which information is lacking.  ...  The investigators planned to disclose the evidence more often in a strategic manner (obtaining the suspect's statement and exhausting alternative scenarios before revealing the evidence) than in a non-strategic  ...  For instance, a late disclosure of evidence can be non-strategic if an investigator fails to exhaust alternative explanations to the evidence before revealing it.  ... 
doi:10.1002/jip.1463 fatcat:ps763viur5d53gaucuv7ze5jjy

The dark side of social media: Associations between the Dark Triad of personality, self-disclosure online and selfie-related behaviours

Elżbieta Sanecka
2017 Journal of Education Culture and Society  
Narcissism and Machiavellianism were positively related to the amount of personal information disclosed online and the tendency to self-disclose intentionally in computer-mediated communication (CMC).  ...  However, multiple regression analysis demonstrated that only narcissism predicted selfie-related behaviours.  ...  In line with existing literature, people engage in different strategic, selfpromotional acts online, using social media (Bareket-Bojmel, Moran, & Shahar, 2016).  ... 
doi:10.15503/jecs20172.71.88 fatcat:frria3yxu5agxar665jw6ksyf4

Private Communication among Competitors and Public Disclosure

John Kepler
2018 Social Science Research Network  
Consistent with theoretical predictions, I find that firms that enter into strategic alliances with competitors reduce their public disclosure about expected future business conditions, including forecasts  ...  I exploit data on the extent of private communication among competing firms in strategic alliances to examine how private communication manifests in firms' public disclosure decisions.  ...  To the extent that coordination shapes firms' public disclosures, developing alternative channels to exchange information privately with competitors through strategic alliances should reduce the coordination  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3269911 fatcat:v6rtitzsynf6tk6x4szziql6eu

A Survey of Strategic Communication and Persuasion

Ayça Özdoğan
2016 Bogazici Journal  
The goal is to provide a systematic categorization of the different approaches in the literature, accompanied with the discussions of the pioneer and leading papers as well as the frontier research in  ...  This survey paper presents an extended literature review of strategic communication and persuasion.  ...  Naturally, one expects that the tools that are used to examine information disclosure with verifiable information to be different than those with unverifiable information, since the latter brings about  ... 
doi:10.21773/boun.30.1.1 fatcat:5kqw33q4gvhmnm62nylcg2qeru
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