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The theory of choice, both individual and collective. Broadly they are the study of individual decision-making under uncertainty, theories of bargaining, and the rationality of decisions made by, or on behalf of, groups of individuals. Recent work has included experimental projects on risk-sharing and on bargaining.
Full details of publications can be found at RePEc
and Hey J and Suckling J. "A Simple Risk-Sharing Experiment", Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, forthcoming 2004.
and Hey J and Suckling J. "Do people plan ahead?", Applied Economics Letters, 10, 2003, 277-80.
"Simple Arrow-type Propositions in the Edgeworth Domain", Social Choice and Welfare, 20, 2003, 41-8.
and Hey J and Suckling J. "Are Groups more (or less) Consistent than Individuals?", Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 1999, 63-81.
"Risk-Sharing CARA individuals are Collectively EU", Economics Letters, 58, 1998, 311-17.
Department of Economics
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