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Anspruchserfüllung und Portfolioauswahl - Theoretische Diskussion und experimentelle Evidenz

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  • Werner Güth


Das Anspruchserfüllungskonzept mit seinen Bausteinen „Anspruchsbildung, Anspruchserfüllung und Anspruchsanpassung“ ist die zentrale Idee in der Theorie des eingeschränkt rationalen Entscheidens. Ähnlich wie die Rationalwahltheorie, die ohne kühne Einschränkungen, zum Beispiel der Präferenzen, kaum Schlussfolgerungen zulässt, offeriert das Anspruchserfüllungskonzept im wesentlichen nur eine – wenn auch überaus intuitive – Terminologie, aber kaum informative Vorhersagen über menschliches Entscheidungsverhalten. Unser Versuch, diesen Mangel zu beheben, verzichtet bewusst auf Allgemeinheit, ist dafür aber eng verknüpft mit parallelen experimentellen Studien.

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Paper provided by Max Planck Institute of Economics, Strategic Interaction Group in its series Papers on Strategic Interaction with number 2006-15.

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Length: 41 pages
Date of creation: Sep 2006
Handle: RePEc:esi:discus:2006-15
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