1. Edward E. Schlee (1998). The Sure Thing Principle and the Value of Information: Corrigenda. Theory and Decision 45 (2):199-200.
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  2. Edward E. Schlee (1997). The Sure Thing Principle and the Value of Information. Theory and Decision 42 (1):21-36.
    This paper examines the relationship between Savage's sure thing principle and the value of information. We present two classes of results. First, we show that, under a consequentialist axiom, the sure-thing principle is neither sufficient nor necessary for perfect information to be always desirable: specifically, under consequentialism, the sure thing principle is not implied by the condition that perfect information is always valuable; moreover, the joint imposition of the sure thing principle, consequentialism and either one of two state independence axioms (...)
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  3. Edward E. Schlee (1991). The Value of Perfect Information in Nonlinear Utility Theory. Theory and Decision 30 (2):127-131.
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