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Perceived Ambiguity, Ambiguity Attitude and Strategic Ambiguity in Games

@inproceedings{Hartmann2019PerceivedAA,
  title={Perceived Ambiguity, Ambiguity Attitude and Strategic Ambiguity in Games},
  author={L. Hartmann},
  year={2019}
}
This thesis contributes to the theoretical work on decision and game theory when decision makers or players perceive ambiguity. The first article introduces a new axiomatic framework for ambiguity aversion and provides axiomatic characterizations for important preference classes that thus far had lacked characterizations. The second article introduces a new axiom called Weak Monotonicity which is shown to play a crucial role in the multiple prior model. It is shown that for many important… Expand

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