Results 1  10
of
832,443
Subjective Probability
, 2013
"... Frequentist: Probability is just a relative frequency. Propensity: Probability is a tendency towards an outcome. Logical: Probability is the measure of the degree to which a set of sentences support a conclusion. ..."
Abstract
 Add to MetaCart
Frequentist: Probability is just a relative frequency. Propensity: Probability is a tendency towards an outcome. Logical: Probability is the measure of the degree to which a set of sentences support a conclusion.
Subjective Probability Purported Virtues of Subjective Probability:
, 2013
"... Frequentist: Probability is just a relative frequency. Propensity: Probability is a tendency towards an outcome. Logical: Probability is the measure of the degree to which a set of sentences support a conclusion. Subjective: Probability is the strength of a (rational?) individual’s degree of belief. ..."
Abstract
 Add to MetaCart
Frequentist: Probability is just a relative frequency. Propensity: Probability is a tendency towards an outcome. Logical: Probability is the measure of the degree to which a set of sentences support a conclusion. Subjective: Probability is the strength of a (rational?) individual’s degree of belief.
Estimating subjective probabilities
, 2010
"... ABSTRACT. Subjective probabilities play a role in many economic decisions. There is a large theoretical literature on the elicitation of subjective probabilities, and an equally large empirical literature. However, there is a gulf between the two. The theoretical literature proposes a range of proce ..."
Abstract

Cited by 7 (1 self)
 Add to MetaCart
ABSTRACT. Subjective probabilities play a role in many economic decisions. There is a large theoretical literature on the elicitation of subjective probabilities, and an equally large empirical literature. However, there is a gulf between the two. The theoretical literature proposes a range
Countable Additivity and Subjective Probability
 British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
, 1999
"... While there are several arguments on either side, it is far from clear as to whether or not countable additivity is an acceptable axiom of subjective probability. I focus here on de Finetti's central argument against countable additivity and provide a new Dutch book proof of the principle, to a ..."
Abstract

Cited by 10 (5 self)
 Add to MetaCart
While there are several arguments on either side, it is far from clear as to whether or not countable additivity is an acceptable axiom of subjective probability. I focus here on de Finetti's central argument against countable additivity and provide a new Dutch book proof of the principle
Objective Subjective Probabilities
, 2005
"... This note shows that if the space of events is sufficiently rich and the subjective probability function of each individual is nonatomic, then there is a σalgebra of events over which everyone will have the same probability function, and moreover, the range of these probabilities is the whole [0, ..."
Abstract
 Add to MetaCart
This note shows that if the space of events is sufficiently rich and the subjective probability function of each individual is nonatomic, then there is a σalgebra of events over which everyone will have the same probability function, and moreover, the range of these probabilities is the whole [0
Subjective Probability and Consumer Behavior
, 2014
"... The theory of subjective probability was independently and almost simultaneously discovered in 1926 by Frank Ramsey in Cambridge and Bruno de Finetti in Italy and was later developed in an interdisciplinary form by the researchers in the fields of psychology and economics such as Tversky and Kahnema ..."
Abstract
 Add to MetaCart
The theory of subjective probability was independently and almost simultaneously discovered in 1926 by Frank Ramsey in Cambridge and Bruno de Finetti in Italy and was later developed in an interdisciplinary form by the researchers in the fields of psychology and economics such as Tversky
Results 1  10
of
832,443