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7. Discussion

Author: MPA DDr. Julia Puaschunder

Published in: Behavioral Economics and Finance Leadership

Publisher: Springer International Publishing

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The book presented a first theoretical introduction of a utility theory of information sharing and privacy. Potential limitations are that some communication may not be integrated into the framework, such as nonverbal communication or emotional responses. In general, information exchange is very heterogeneous and vast international differences are assumed to exist. In addition, in what time online communication and under what circumstances decisions regarding communication and privacy are made remains a completely undiscussed topic.
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Metadata
Title
Discussion
Author
MPA DDr. Julia Puaschunder
Copyright Year
2020
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-54330-3_7

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