Department of Economics and Business Economics

Decision Making and Revealed Preference

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If our decision-making processes are to some extent shaped by evolutionary pressures and our environment is different from that to which we adapted, some of our choices will not be in our best interest. But revealed preference is the only tool that we have so far to conduct a normative analysis. Given advances in evolutionary psychology and neuroscience, I propose one way to model those evolutionary pressures that will hopefully prove useful in expanding normative economics.
Original languageEnglish
Publication year2009
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 2009
EventEuropean Meeting on Applied Evolutionary Economics (EMAEE 2009): Evolution, Behavior and Organizations - Jena, Germany
Duration: 21 May 200921 May 2009
Conference number: 6

Conference

ConferenceEuropean Meeting on Applied Evolutionary Economics (EMAEE 2009): Evolution, Behavior and Organizations
Number6
CountryGermany
CityJena
Period21/05/200921/05/2009

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