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October 21, 2005 12:18 master Sheet number 52 Page number 36 36 Lecture Three Bibliographic Notes Recommended readings : Kreps 1990, 24–30; Mas-Colell et al. 1995, chapter 1 C,D. An excellent book on the lecture’s subject is Kreps (1988). For the sources of consistency in choice and revealed preference assump- tions, see Samuelson (1948), Houthakker (1950), and Richter (1966). Simon (1955) is the source of the discussion of satis±cing. For a
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Unformatted text preview: discussion of the bounded rationality approach to choice, see Ru-binstein (1998). An excellent introduction to the Dutch Books argu-ments is Yaari (1985). Kahneman and Tversky (2000) is a denitive textbook on the psychological criticism of the economic approach to rationality. Rabin (1998) surveys the modern economics and psy-chology approach....
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