Preference for Flexibility and Freedom of Choice in a Savage Framework '

  title={Preference for Flexibility and Freedom of Choice in a Savage Framework '},
  author={Klaus Nehring},
This is the working-paper version of the published article, “Preference for Flexibility in a Savage Framework”, 1999, Econometrica 67, 121-146. The last three sections consist of additional material on the uniqueness of the representation (s. 5), interpretation in terms of freedom of choice (s. 6), and an alternative motivation for departing from the Savage framework based on “intra-agent incentivecompatibility”. 
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