The EDSI organising committee are delighted to announce that the Irish Government has recently announced plans for the easing of COVID-19 restrictions, including the removal of the need for vaccination or recovery certification to access hospitality or indoor activities and restrictions on numbers attending indoor and outdoor events or activities no longer apply. Further restrictions will be removed on the 28th February 2022, thus enabling EDSI 2022 to take place as a fully in person conference.
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EDSI 2022 invites contributions from across the full spectrum of disciplines relevant to the decision sciences, including analysis, modeling, and qualitative studies.Further Information
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Connectivity both physical and virtual on a global scale has been a key defining theme of the 21st century. However, recent events, most notably COVID-19 has begun to test these norms. The parameters upon which societies, companies, institutions and governments rely upon for decision making have been truly tested and many assumptions and rules of engagement rewritten. EDSI 2022 aims at investigating the role, impact and positioning of decision sciences in this increasingly disrupted world, including a reassessment of the underpinning theories and practice, to provide guidance to researchers, managers and policy makers in the years ahead.