Decision aids, ranging from rating systems to design software to regulatory standards, guide the design and evaluation of infrastructure projects. To present the information in these decision aids, there must first be some options such as, attributes are or are not presented, and, just as in other domains, these factors are likely to influence decisions in infrastructure development. The authors of this paper seek to better understand how choice structures influence engineering decisions.
Shealy, Tripp, Leidy Klotz, Elke Weber, and Eric Johnson. "Using Framing Effects to Inform More Sustainable Infrastructure Design Decisions." Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 142, no. 9 (2016): 04016037.
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