Induced Preferences, Non Additive Probabilities and Multiple Priors
We study a decision-maker who follows the Savage axioms. We show that if s(he) is able to take unobservable actions which influence the probabilities of outcomes then it can appear to an outsider as if his/her subjective probabilities are non-additive. Implications for multi-period decisions are explored.
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