Coherent Odds and Subjective Probability
Our major claim is that when people behave strategically,it is wrong to interpret the betting rates they announce as their subjective probabilities of the different events. Instead, these rates should be understood as the prices at which subjects are willing to trade certain goods (simple lotteries tickets).
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