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Here I provide a model that gives some insights regarding questions about actual economic behavior. I take as a source for stylized facts the experiments conducted by Marimon and Sunder as reported in Econometrica, 1993, in which it is shown that people initially do not behave according to the rational expectations assumption, but eventually learn to do so.(More)
Fed male Wistar rats were eviscerated by two procedures. The first group of eviscerated rats were left with a nonfunctional liver in situ while the second group were eviscerated by a newer technic, developed in this laboratory, that preserves liver function. The animals were maintained on a regimen of saline and antibiotic treatment, and abdominal aortic(More)