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A Lot of Ambiguity |
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All probabilities are equal, but some probabilities are more equal than others |
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12 |

Ambiguity Aversion and the Criminal Process |
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26 |
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277 |

Are Universal Preferences Possible? Calibration Results for Non-Expected Utility Theories |
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62 |
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1 |
7 |
341 |

Calibration Results for Incomplete Preferences |
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0 |
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41 |
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0 |
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140 |

Calibration Results for Non-Expected Utility Theories |
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54 |
1 |
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213 |

Calibration Results for Non-Expected Utility Theories |
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85 |
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2 |
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288 |

Coherent Odds and Subjective Probability |
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271 |
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1,139 |

Criminal Law and Behavioral Law and Economics: Observations on the Neglected Role of Uncertainty in Deterring Crime |
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65 |

Democratically Elected Aristocracies |
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674 |

Dutch Book Arguments and Subjective Probability |
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111 |
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633 |

Dynamic Consistency Implies Approximately Expected Utility Preferences |
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70 |
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1 |
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276 |

Dynamic Consistency and Reference Points |
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0 |
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300 |

Ex-Post Egalitarianism |
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68 |
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16 |
323 |

Firm Size and Optimal Growth Rates |
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88 |
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1 |
6 |
219 |

First Order Versus Second Order Risk Aversion |
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0 |
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569 |
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12 |
48 |
1,382 |

First-Order Risk Aversion and Non-Differentiability |
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366 |

Forecast Performance of Threshold Autoregressive Models - A Monte Carlo Study |
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213 |
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1,113 |

Growth Effects of Subsidies in a Search Theoretic R&D Model: A Quantitative Evaluation |
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275 |

How to Escape Dutch Books in Dynamic Choice |
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514 |

Intransitivity in the Small and in the Large |
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10 |
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Min, Max, and Sum |
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Min, Max, and Sum |
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195 |
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847 |

No Externalities: A Characterization of Efficiency and Incentive Compatibility with Public Goods |
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Nonlinear Decision Weights with the Independence Axiom* |
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148 |
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383 |

Objective Subjective Probabilities |
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95 |
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319 |

Objective subjective probabilities |
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Observing Different Orders of Risk Aversion |
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482 |

On the Economic Meaning of Machina's Fréchet Differentiability Assumption |
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754 |

On the Likelihood of Cyclic Comparisons |
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On the Likelihood of Cyclic Comparisons |
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Perfect Competition as the Blueprint for Efficiency and Incentive Compatibility |
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261 |
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832 |

Preferences Over Solution to the Bargaining Problem |
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25 |
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286 |

Preferences Over Solutions to the Bargaining Probem |
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279 |

Preferences and Social Influence |
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180 |
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85 |

Privatization, the Market for Corporate Control, and Capital Flight from Russia |
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74 |
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431 |

Probabilistic Insurance and Anticipated Utility |
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Ranking Ranking Rules |
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Recursive Ambiguity and Machina's Examples |
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Recursive Ambiguity and Machinaâ€™s Examples |
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22 |
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35 |
115 |

Skewed Noise |
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26 |
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100 |

Skewed Noise |
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Skewed Noise |
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Social Influence in Committee Deliberation |
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Some Remarks on Quiggin's Anticipated Utility |
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132 |
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Specific Inputs, Value-Added, and Production Linkages in Tax-Incidence Theory |
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863 |

Stochastic Dominance Under Bayesian Learning |
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134 |
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Stochastic Dominance for Two-Stage Lotteries |
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46 |
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Super Majoritarianism and the Endowment Effect |
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140 |
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Super Majoritarianism and the Endowment Effect |
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The Case for Discrimination |
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The Ellsberg Paradox and Risk Aversion: An Anticipated Utility Approach |
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The Measure Representation: A Correction |
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The Talmud On Transitivity |
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The Thorny Quest for a Rational Constitution |
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The Wicksell Connection, The Quantity Theory and Keynes |
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Tit for Tat: Foundations of Preferences for Reciprocity in Strategic Settings |
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Transitive Regret |
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52 |
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Transitive Regret over Statistically Independent Lotteries |
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Two Stage Lotteries Without the Reduction Axiom |
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69 |

Two-Stage Lotteries Without the Reduction Axiom |
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94 |
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252 |

Utilitarianism and Discrimination |
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25 |
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636 |

Total Working Papers |
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17 |
80 |
4,658 |
77 |
166 |
693 |
22,484 |