Law and Behavioral Science : Removing the Rationality Assumption from Law and Economics

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  title={Law and Behavioral Science : Removing the Rationality Assumption from Law and Economics},
  author={Russell Korobkin and Thomas S. Ulen},
  year={2008}
}
Introduction.......................................................................................... 1053 I. The Uses and Shortcomings of Rational Choice Theory ................ 1060 A. Conceptions of Rational Choice Theory ................................... 1060 1. The Definitional Version ................................................... 1061 2. The Expected Utility Version ................................ 1062 3. The Self-Interest Version… CONTINUE READING

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