Modelling Time Inconsistent Preferences
AbstractThe paper reviews some recent theoretical contributions on the modelisation of time-inconsistent preferences, as well as implications for individual behavior. The focus is on the interpretation of the concepts and the link with concepts in psychology.
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Date of creation: 1999
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