Choice and Uncertainty in Games
We consider an agent choosing between two acts A, B, whose outcomes are uncertain and depend on factors which the agent does not fully know. But for each pair of possible outcomes the agent does know how she would choose. Does the agent then have a way of choosing between the acts which will work at least some of the time?
KeywordsSubjective Probability Moderate Player Ordinal Rank Rational Player Weak Dominance
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