Jekyll and Hyde
AbstractJekyll and Hyde were in fact two people inside the same person – an obviously dynamically inconsistent person. In the book and in the movie, the dynamic inconsistency was resolved in arather dramatic way. We investigate its resolution in the laboratory.
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dynamic inconsistency; saving; consumption; naïve; resolute; sophisticated; dual selves;
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