Removing certainty from the equation: Using choice architecture to increase awareness of risk in engineering design decision making

Tripp Shealy, Dalya Ismael, Andreas Hartmann, Marinus van Buiten

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionAcademicpeer-review

9 Downloads (Pure)
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWorking Paper Proceedings
Subtitle of host publication15th engineering project organization conference with 5th international megaprojects workshop
EditorsAshwin Mahalingam, Tripp Shealy, Nuno Gil
Place of PublicationStanford
PublisherEPOS
Number of pages17
Publication statusPublished - 2017
Event15th engineering project organization conference 2017 - Stanford sierra camp, Stanford, United States
Duration: 5 Jun 20177 Jun 2017
Conference number: 15
http://epossociety.org/EPOC2017/

Conference

Conference15th engineering project organization conference 2017
Abbreviated titleEPOC 2017
CountryUnited States
CityStanford
Period5/06/177/06/17
Otherheld in conjunction with the 5th International Megaprojects Workshop: Theory meets Practice
Internet address

Cite this

Shealy, T., Ismael, D., Hartmann, A., & van Buiten, M. (2017). Removing certainty from the equation: Using choice architecture to increase awareness of risk in engineering design decision making. In A. Mahalingam, T. Shealy, & N. Gil (Eds.), Working Paper Proceedings: 15th engineering project organization conference with 5th international megaprojects workshop Stanford: EPOS.
Shealy, Tripp ; Ismael, Dalya ; Hartmann, Andreas ; van Buiten, Marinus . / Removing certainty from the equation : Using choice architecture to increase awareness of risk in engineering design decision making. Working Paper Proceedings: 15th engineering project organization conference with 5th international megaprojects workshop. editor / Ashwin Mahalingam ; Tripp Shealy ; Nuno Gil. Stanford : EPOS, 2017.
@inproceedings{4c50d2707ea946269a421b87e319d701,
title = "Removing certainty from the equation: Using choice architecture to increase awareness of risk in engineering design decision making",
author = "Tripp Shealy and Dalya Ismael and Andreas Hartmann and {van Buiten}, Marinus",
year = "2017",
language = "English",
editor = "Ashwin Mahalingam and Tripp Shealy and Nuno Gil",
booktitle = "Working Paper Proceedings",
publisher = "EPOS",

}

Shealy, T, Ismael, D, Hartmann, A & van Buiten, M 2017, Removing certainty from the equation: Using choice architecture to increase awareness of risk in engineering design decision making. in A Mahalingam, T Shealy & N Gil (eds), Working Paper Proceedings: 15th engineering project organization conference with 5th international megaprojects workshop. EPOS, Stanford, 15th engineering project organization conference 2017, Stanford, United States, 5/06/17.

Removing certainty from the equation : Using choice architecture to increase awareness of risk in engineering design decision making. / Shealy, Tripp; Ismael, Dalya; Hartmann, Andreas ; van Buiten, Marinus .

Working Paper Proceedings: 15th engineering project organization conference with 5th international megaprojects workshop. ed. / Ashwin Mahalingam; Tripp Shealy; Nuno Gil. Stanford : EPOS, 2017.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionAcademicpeer-review

TY - GEN

T1 - Removing certainty from the equation

T2 - Using choice architecture to increase awareness of risk in engineering design decision making

AU - Shealy, Tripp

AU - Ismael, Dalya

AU - Hartmann, Andreas

AU - van Buiten, Marinus

PY - 2017

Y1 - 2017

M3 - Conference contribution

BT - Working Paper Proceedings

A2 - Mahalingam, Ashwin

A2 - Shealy, Tripp

A2 - Gil, Nuno

PB - EPOS

CY - Stanford

ER -

Shealy T, Ismael D, Hartmann A, van Buiten M. Removing certainty from the equation: Using choice architecture to increase awareness of risk in engineering design decision making. In Mahalingam A, Shealy T, Gil N, editors, Working Paper Proceedings: 15th engineering project organization conference with 5th international megaprojects workshop. Stanford: EPOS. 2017