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"Es" y "deber ser" en las teorías de la decisión acerca de la condición normativa de la teoría de la decisión racional

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  • Giancarlo Romano G.


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    El artículo discute la exposición de Santiago y Cante (2009) de la teoría de la decisión racional (TDR) y el modelo de utilidad esperada y controvierte su afirmación de acuerdo con la cual la Prospect Theory (PT) de Kahneman y Tversky pone en riesgo el estatus normativo de la TDR. Para ello se explica cuál es la condición normativa de la TDR y su justificación conceptual y preceptiva. También se muestran algunas implicaciones normativas de la PT difíciles de sostener y se cuestiona que la PT pueda servir de modelo normativo alternativo a la TUE.

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    Paper provided by UN - RCE - CID in its series DOCUMENTOS DE TRABAJO - ESCUELA DE ECONOMÍA with number 009918.

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    Length: 23
    Date of creation: 06 Mar 2012
    Handle: RePEc:col:000178:009918
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