Michael Näf

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Event scheduling is a group decision-making process in which social dynamics influence people's choices and the overall outcome. As a result, scheduling is not simply a matter of finding a mutually agreeable time, but a process that is shaped by social norms and values, which can highly vary between countries. To investigate the influence of national(More)
by michael näf and david basin two approaches to an information security laboratory How can a laboratory-based course in Information Security be designed? We will present two approaches, one based on conflict, the other on review. The Conflict-Based Approach is popular and well-documented and here we just briefly recall its main features. The Review-Based(More)
This paper explicitly introduces norms in games, assuming that they shape (some) players' utility. People feel badly when they deviate from a binding norm, and the less other players deviate, the more badly they feel. Further, people anger at transgressors and get pleasure from punishing them. I then study how social norms and emotions affect competition,(More)
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