Alphabetic List of Topics of Independent Interest from the Course Behavioral Economics
Peter P. Wakker
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additive separability
Allais paradox
Arrow’s voting paradox
asymmetric-dominance effect
attraction effect
beta-delta model
betweenness
biases and heuristics
biseparable utility
co-existence of gambling and insurance
compromise effect
Condorcet paradox
context effect
critics of prospect theory
decoy effect
decreasing impatience
disappointment aversion (Gul)
discounted utility (Koopmans)
Ellsberg paradox
emotions in game theory
endowment effect
equity
expected utility
experienced utility (Kahneman)
fairness; altruism
Fehr-Schmidt welfare
happiness: introspective measurement
homo economicus
hyperbolic discounting
immediacy effect
impatience
increasing impatience
inequality aversion
inverse-S
Linda
naïve time inconsistency
Nash equilibrium: deviations due to emotions
neo-additive utility
ordinal revolution in economics
preference reversals
present bias
probability weighting
procrastination
prospect theory, original (1979)
pumping money out of time inconsistency
QALYs corrected using prospect theory
quasi-hyperbolic discounting
rank-dependent utility (Quiggin)
representativeness heuristic
revealed preference (paradigm)
scale compatibility
sophisticated time inconsistency
stationarity
time inconsistency
ultimatum game: inequality aversion
unit-invariant discounting
utilitarianism (Harsanyi)
von Neumann-Morgenstern independence
weak axiom of revealed preference (WARP)
weighted utility (Chew)
WTP-WTA discrepancy