Stanford, Calif.,Stanford University Press (1957)
|Abstract||PREVIOUS WORK Theoretical discussion of the interval measurement of utility based upon theories of decision making under conditions of risk has been voluminous and will not be reviewed here. Those interested will find extensive ...|
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