A Theory of Individual BehaviorBy
- Robert Wichers, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Published: October 1996
Imprint: Academic Press
"Dispels the notion that individuals act as rational agents and strives to capture idiosyncratic humanness through rigorous mathematics. Wichers describes a version of economic behavior that is more comprehensive and satisfying than neoclassical models yet consistent with the usual aggregated concepts that form the basis of applied microeconomics. Contains a short review of mathematical models and discussion of received microeconomic theory, as well as summaries and questions at the ends of chapters.
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- Introduction.Preliminaries:Mathematical Preliminaries.Methodological Preliminaries.Economic Preliminaries.Model One:Introduction.Model One.The Short-Response Function.Model Two:Model Two.The long-Response Function.A Test.Afterword.Answers.Index.