Karni e et d schmeidler 1991 utility theory with

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Karni, E. et D. Schmeidler (1991) : “Utility Theory with Uncertainty,” dans Handbook of Mathematical Economics , ed. par W. Hildenbrand et H. Sonnenschein, Elsevier, vol. 4, chap. 33.
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