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Problem 1. Problem Set 1, Choice Under Uncertainty, Advanced Microeconomics Author: Wojtek Dorabialski Last modified by: Wojtek Dorabialski Created Date: 10/28/2007 10:32:00 PM Company: WISER Other titles: Problem Set 1, Choice Under Uncertainty, Advanced Microeconomics Measures of risk aversion 25 5. 0000062659 00000 n
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Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. This is why we see so many people at the slot machines in gambling houses. Choices over baskets of goods under uncertainty are choices of probability distributions over RH + standard theory: different uncertain prospects and probability laws that they obey exogenously given to the individual decision maker (von Neumann and Morgenstern (1944)) Chapter 3: Individual Choice Under Uncertainty Fall 2009 3 / 76 0000049042 00000 n
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Elements of decision under uncertainty Under uncertainty, the DM is forced, in eï¬ect, to gamble. - Lotteries and risk aversion Consider an individual with an initial income level equal to 100 who has the option of participating in a lottery where she can win 20 with probability of 0.5 and loss 20 with a In the good state she has money holding MG and in the bad state, she has money holdings Ms. We will write the money bundle M = (MG, MB). 0000046647 00000 n
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