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Decision Making

A Behavioral Economic Approach

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Decision Making' provides a broad survey of the field of decision making from the perspective of the economics researcher. The book is divided into two parts, the first provides a concise and systematic overview of the field...

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Decision Making' provides a broad survey of the field of decision making from the perspective of the economics researcher. The book is divided into two parts, the first provides a concise and systematic overview of the field of decision research, and the second goes deeper into key topics and debates within the field.   

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First textbook on individual decision making from an economic perspective??
Theoretical models are richly supplemented with selected empirical findings?

PART I: FUNDAMENTALS
Introduction and Motivation
Basic Concepts
An Overview of the Main Areas of Decision Science
History of Research on Decision-making
Methodology of Decision Science
Selected Decision Maxims
PART II: MODELS AND FINDINGS
Inductive Reasoning I Generalization and Sampling
Inductive Reasoning II Forecasting
Inductive Reasoning III Influenceof Comparing
Comparing in General I Types of Utilities
Comparing in General II Reference Dependence
Comparing I Multiple States of the World
Comparing II Multiple Periods
Bibliography
Index.

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MICHAL SKO?EPA is a Lecturer in Decision Research and Behavioral Economics at the Institute for Economic Studies, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, where he received his PhD. He has been teaching a course based on the material in this textbook for over a decade. Currently he is an Advisor to the Vice-Governor of the Czech National Bank, and he is President of the Czech Economic Society.

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MICHAL SKO?EPA is a Lecturer in Decision Research and Behavioral Economics at the Institute for Economic Studies, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, where he received his PhD. He has been teaching a course based on the material in this textbook for over a decade. Currently he is an Advisor to the Vice-Governor of the Czech National Bank, and he is President of the Czech Economic Society.

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