The decisional environment – theoretical aspects


  • Robert Gabriel DRAGOMIR Spiru Haret University postdoctoral student, Romanian Academy



decision, uncertainty, data characteristics


The present paper speaks about the main theoretical aspects connected to the decisional environment. Thus, we defined the decision and its major role in the managerial process. Secondly we followed the stages and perception along time in defining the concept of decision. After that we described, shortly, the factors which diminish the uncertainty: relevance, correctness, accuracy, precision, completion, timing, usage, consistency, conformity and cost. The next treated aspects were several classifications of the decisions, taking into account different variables or implied elements. In the end we jump at the conclusions.

Author Biography

Robert Gabriel DRAGOMIR, Spiru Haret University postdoctoral student, Romanian Academy

Spiru Haret Universitypostdoctoral student, Romanian Academy


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How to Cite

DRAGOMIR, R. G. (2015). The decisional environment – theoretical aspects. Annals of Spiru Haret University. Economic Series, 15(1), 49–54.