Vol. 7 No. 2 (2021)

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Decision making in the area of economics is becoming ever more complex. This can be the result of a significant growth in the dynamism of processes observed in many private or public entities, as well as their environment. The diversity of topics of papers published in this issue of Economics and Business Review reflects the variety of problems faced in the process of making economic decisions. The research presented contributes to the literature on the validity of cognitive biases, decision making under certainty, the complexity of decisions in the healthcare and fiscal systems, financing decisions in the context of corporate social responsibility and small area estimation problems. The contributions are from ten researchers. They represent nine institutions located in four countries: Canada, Republic of South Africa, Nigeria, and Poland. (Joanna Lizińska, Paweł Niszczota)

Published: 2021-06-30