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Daily Archive February 6th, 2006

The history of intertemporal choice

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NASSAU W. SENIOR Modern decision science, economics, psychology, and marketing have made a cottage industry of intertemporal choice research. The topic has deep roots, including this quote which suggests it’s one of the most important questions there is: “It may be said that pure abstinence, being a mere negation, cannot produce positive effects; the same […]