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Authors: Chen, Chunyuan
Contributors: 企業管理學系
Keywords: Information;Signaling;Beliefs;Choice;Decision making
Date: 2012
Issue Date: 2012-11-22T04:35:10Z
Publisher: 彰化師範大學企業管理學系
Abstract: The axioms of the expected-utility maximization theorem assure the existence of a utility function and a
conditional-probability function such that choice among a set of lotteries under consideration would be
equivalent to choice made by referring to the expected utilities of the prizes associated with the alternative
lotteries. Whereas the expected-utility maximization theorem provides a theoretical foundation for analysis of
decision-making under uncertainty, how to represent the beliefs and beliefs-updating associated with the choices
of decision-makers within an interactive context appears to be critical in theoretical or empirical research on
service-management and other managerial topics. This paper discusses beliefs-updating and decision-making
with information revelation and signaling by reviewing some of the influential solution concepts and approaches
developed to deal with the related issues in such a consistent and illuminating perspective as would facilitate
research and instruction of this concern.
Relation: Review of Global Management and Service Science, 2: 27-40
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