Decision Analysis Journal

Decision Analysis Journal

DAS members receive complimentary online access to Decision Analysis. The print journal can be added for an extra $10. Decision Analysis is a quarterly journal dedicated to advancing the theory, application, and teaching of all aspects of decision analysis. The primary focus of the journal is to develop and study operational decision-making methods, drawing on all aspects of decision theory and decision analysis, with the ultimate objective of providing practical guidance for decision makers. As such, the journal aims to bridge the theory and practice of decision analysis, facilitating communication and the exchange of knowledge among decision analysts in academia, business, industry, and government. Decision Analysis is included in the Social Sciences Citation Index.

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The Clemen-Kleinmuntz Decision Analysis Best Paper Awardees for 2022




Andrea C. Hupman
Cutoff Threshold Decisions for Classification Algorithms with Risk Aversion
Volume 19, Issue 1, March 2022


Two finalist publications:

William N. Caballero, Roi Naveiro, David Ríos Insua
Modeling Ethical and Operational Preferences in Automated Driving Systems
Volume 19, Issue 1, March 2022


Colin Small, J. Eric Bickel
Model Complexity and Accuracy: A COVID-19 Case Study
Volume 19, Issue 4, December 2022

The Clemen-Kleinmuntz Decision Analysis Best Paper Awardees for 2021


Gary J. Summers
Friction and Decision Rules in Portfolio Decision Analysis
Volume 18, Issue 2, June 2021


Yucheng Dong, Yao Li, Ying He, Xia Chen
Preference–Approval Structures in Group Decision Making: Axiomatic Distance and Aggregation
Volume 18, Issue 4, December 2021

2021 Award Selection Committee:
Saurabh Bansal and Robert Bordley (co-chairs)

Decision Analysis Journal Awardees Named for 2018
The Decision Analysis Special Recognition Award is given annually for the paper most worthy of recognition published in Decision Analysis. We are pleased to announce the winners for 2018.  For more information: .
2018 Winner
Bin Mai, Shailesh Kulkarni
When Hackers Err: The Impacts of False Positives on Information Security Games
Volume 15, Issue 2, June 2018
2018 Finalist
Robin L. Dillon, William J. Burns, Richard S. John
Insights for Critical Alarm-Based Warning Systems from a Risk Analysis of Commercial Aviation Passenger Screening 
Volume 15, Issue 3, September 2018
Special thanks to the 2018 Award Selection Committee:  Victor Richmond Jose (chair), Eva Regnier, and Matthias Seifert.