Sanford E. DeVoe
Professor of Management and Organizations; Area Chair
Sanford DeVoe’s research focuses on the psychological consequences of placing a monetary value on time. Using both a mix of survey and experimental methods, he observes how people look at the tradeoffs between time and money and how each is valued. The key implication of his research is how organizations can be changed to enhance the well-being of individuals, organizations and society.
Which one walks out happier?
Putting a value on networking becomes implicit
Exposure to discounts makes people impatient
People across studies want to change their lives, but are more inclined to do that in the distant future
A compilation of research offers a compelling cheat sheet for how to get more out of time
Researchers told subjects to treat their weekend like a vacation, then gauged happiness on Monday
A team of researchers weighs contingent planning against traditional time management