Rationality in a general model of choice
AbstractIn this paper we consider choice correspondences which may be empty-valued. We study conditions under which such choice correspondences are rational, transitively rational, partially rational, partially almost transitive rational, partially almost quasi-transitive rational.
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choice correspondence; rational; almost transitive; almost quasi-transitive;
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