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- decision-making (in attributive use)
- The process of reaching a decision.
2011 January 25, Dave Clarke, “Panel says financial crisis avoidable”, in Reuters:
- The financial crisis could have been avoided and was the result of poor decision making both in Washington and at top financial firms that fostered a culture of excessive risk taking, according to a draft report written by Democrats on a panel that investigated the meltdown and obtained by Reuters
process of reaching a decision