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Essays on Preference Extensions

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dc.contributor.advisor Martinelli, CesarCastillo, Marco Freer, Mikhail
dc.creator Freer, Mikhail 2018-10-21T19:17:22Z 2018-10-21T19:17:22Z 2017
dc.description.abstract Individual preferences are only partially observable. We only observe choices for those opportunities that are available. However, the design and evaluation of policy many times requires the ability to extrapolate these preferences to new environments. In this dissertation I discuss the issue of extending preference relations from observed behavior in several contexts. The dissertation is organized into three chapters.
dc.format.extent 105 pages
dc.language.iso en
dc.rights Copyright 2017 Mikhail Freer
dc.subject Economics en_US
dc.subject extensions en_US
dc.subject Pareto efficiency en_US
dc.subject quasi-linear preferences en_US
dc.subject rationalizability en_US
dc.subject revealed preferences en_US
dc.title Essays on Preference Extensions
dc.type Dissertation Ph.D. Economics George Mason University

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