A class of incomplete and ambiguity averse preferences
AbstractThis paper characterizes models of ambiguous beliefs in the absence of the completeness axiom. We axiomatize multiple-selves versions of some of the most important examples of complete and ambiguity averse preferences, and characterize when those incomplete preferences are ambiguity averse.
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Volume (Year): 146 (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 (March)
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Incomplete preferences Ambiguity aversion;
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- Leandro Nascimento & Gil Riella, 2009. "A Class of Incomplete and Ambiguity Averse Preferences," Working Papers Series 180, Central Bank of Brazil, Research Department.
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