Dialectic inquiry, Microeconomics

Dialectic Inquiry

It is a technique for group decision making in which members are forced to "debate" both sides of a matter. Dialectic inquiry forces consideration of factors that might otherwise not be measured and then examined. It has been shown to reduce the potential of group think and enhance the excellence of decision making.

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