Temporal Resolution of Uncertainty and Recursive Non-Expected Utility Models
If an agent (wealkly) prefers early resolution of uncertainty then the recursive forms of both the most commonly used non-expected utility models, betweenness and rank dependence, almost reduce to Kreps & Porteus's (1978) recurvise expected utility.
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