Cambridge Studies in Probability, Induction and Decision Theory
This series is intended to be the forum for the most innovative and challenging work in the theory of rational decision. Focusing on contemporary developments of the interplay among philosophy, psychology, economics, and statistics, the series addresses foundational theoretical issues, often quite technical ones, and therefore assumes a distinctly philosophical character.
General Editor: Brian Skyrms
Advisory Editors: Ernest W. Adams; Ken Binmore; Jeremy Butterfield; Persi Diaconis; William L. Harper; John Harsanyi; Richard C. Jeffrey; Wolfgang Spohn; Patrick Suppes; Amos Tversky; Sandy Zabell
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