Decisions with Endogenous Preference Parameters (Replaced by CentER DP 2010-142)
AbstractWe relate the normative implications of a model of decision-making with endogenous preference parameters to choice theoretic models (Bernheim and Rangel 2007, 2009; Rubinstein and Salant, 2008) in which observed choices are determined by frames or ancillary conditions.
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Decisions; choice; frames; standard; behavioral; welfare;
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