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Possibilistic Risk Aversion


  • Georgescu, Irina


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  • Georgescu, Irina, 2008. "Possibilistic Risk Aversion," Working Papers 476, IAMSR, Åbo Akademi.
  • Handle: RePEc:amr:wpaper:476

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    1. Anckar, Bill & Olofsson, Svante & Walden, Pirkko, 2000. "Agents as Agents: A Virtual Assistant for Self-bookings in Travel," Working Papers 311, IAMSR, Åbo Akademi.
    2. Collan, Mikael & Liu, Shuhua, 2002. "Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Agents: Towards the Next Step of Capital Budgeting Decision Support," Working Papers 398, IAMSR, Åbo Akademi.
    3. Qureshi, S & Keen, P, 2005. "Organizational Transformation by Activating Knowledge: The Mediating Role of Collaboration Technologies," Working Papers 412, IAMSR, Åbo Akademi.
    4. Georgescu, Irina, 2008. "Possibilistic Risk Aversion," Working Papers 476, IAMSR, Åbo Akademi.
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    1. Wioletta Szeligowska & Marek Kaluszka, 2016. "On Jensen's inequality for generalized Choquet integral with an application to risk aversion," Papers 1609.00554,
    2. Jian Zhou & Yuanyuan Liu & Xiaoxia Zhang & Xin Gu & Di Wang, 2017. "Uncertain risk aversion," Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing, Springer, vol. 28(3), pages 615-624, March.
    3. Georgescu, Irina, 2008. "Revealed Preference Indicators for Fuzzy Choice Functions," Working Papers 475, IAMSR, Åbo Akademi.

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    Risk Aversion; Risk Premium; Possibility Theory;

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