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Anticipating Regret: Why Fewer Options May Be Better
T Sarver
Econometrica 76 (2), 263-305, 2008
2292008
A Unique Costly Contemplation Representation
H Ergin, T Sarver
Econometrica 78 (4), 1285-1339, 2010
1752010
Representing Preferences with a Unique Subjective State Space: A Corrigendum
E Dekel, BL Lipman, A Rustichini, T Sarver
Econometrica 75 (2), 591-600, 2007
1392007
Preference for Flexibility and Random Choice
D Ahn, T Sarver
Econometrica 81 (1), 341-361, 2013
1012013
Dynamic Mixture-Averse Preferences
T Sarver
Econometrica 86 (4), 1347-1382, 2018
41*2018
Behavioural characterizations of naivete for time-inconsistent preferences
DS Ahn, R Iijima, Y Le Yaouanq, T Sarver
The Review of Economic Studies 86 (6), 2319-2355, 2019
32*2019
Hidden actions and preferences for timing of resolution of uncertainty
H Ergin, T Sarver
Theoretical Economics 10 (2), 489-541, 2015
26*2015
A unique costly contemplation representation
H Ergin, T Sarver
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2005
192005
Naivete about temptation and self-control: Foundations for recursive naive quasi-hyperbolic discounting
DS Ahn, R Iijima, T Sarver
Journal of Economic Theory 189, 105087, 2020
182020
The Unique Minimal Dual Representation of a Convex Function
H Ergin, T Sarver
Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 370 (2), 600-606, 2010
13*2010
Correlated equilibrium in evolutionary models with subpopulations
J Lenzo, T Sarver
Games and Economic Behavior 56 (2), 271-284, 2006
102006
An Evolutionary Perspective on Updating Risk and Ambiguity Preferences
T Sarver, P Sadowski
Available at SSRN 3501170, 2019
12019
Risk Attitude Optimization and Heterogeneous Stock Market Participation
T Sarver
Economic Research Initiatives at Duke (ERID) Working Paper, 2017
12017
Microeconomic Theory Lecture Notes
T Sarver
2021
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