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eBook Dynamic Preferences, Choice Mechanisms, and Welfare (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems) ePub

by Ludwig von Auer

  • ISBN: 3540643206
  • Category: Economics
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Ludwig von Auer
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 1998 edition (October 15, 1998)
  • Pages: 226
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Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems. Spurred by the availability of new mathematical tools such as optimal control theory and dynamic programming, dynamic utility models mushroomed over the last two decades

Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems. Dynamic Preferences, Choice Mechanisms, and Welfare. Spurred by the availability of new mathematical tools such as optimal control theory and dynamic programming, dynamic utility models mushroomed over the last two decades. Various frameworks were developed featuring dif­ ferent restrictions on the way agents form preferences in an in­ tertemporal environment. Unfortunately, no systematic reappraisal of this literature ex­ ists. The survey provided in part I of this thesis attempts to fill in this gap.

von Widekind S. The theory on the evolution of preferences deals with the endogenous formation of preference relations in strategic situations. It is related to the field of evolutionary game theory. Models are based on the 'indirect evolutionary approach' according to which preferences determine choice behavior which in turn determines evolutionary success. The latter eventually governs the evolution of preferences. Literature usually considers a class of preferences which admit an expected utility representation.

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For most economic aspects of human behaviour, static deci­ sion models provide an insufficient description. More specifically, they ignore the fact that preferences may change over time and that at each point of time current preferences depend on aspects which are associated with the past or the future. The neglect of these phenomena may lead to results which have little in com­ mon with real life. Dynamic decision models were developed in order to cope with these complications. Spurred by the availability of new mathematical tools such as optimal control theory and dynamic programming, dynamic utility models mushroomed over the last two decades. Various frameworks were developed featuring dif­ ferent restrictions on the way agents form preferences in an in­ tertemporal environment. Unfortunately, no systematic reappraisal of this literature ex­ ists. The survey provided in part I of this thesis attempts to fill in this gap. It introduces a comprehensive classification sys­ tem which allows for a coherent organization of all studies of intertemporal choice under certainty and complete information. 2 1. Introduction The latter implies that the individual knows in advance all fu­ ture preferences and choice possibilities. In this survey we show that all dynamic utility models can be viewed as special cases of the class of universal utility mod­ els. It is therefore desirable to investigate intertemporal decision making in terms of this least restrictive framework. Accordingly, all findings of part II of this thesis are derived for the class of universal utility models.