Tag: stated preferences

Measures for the Good Life: Stated Preferences and the Greater Good

Ted Fischer , November 4th, 2014


The goal of the economy, politics, and social institutions should be to promote wellbeing among people as broadly as possible. Yet, the questions remain: what exactly is wellbeing?…


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Measures for the Good Life: Stated Preferences and the Greater Good

Ted Fischer , November 3rd, 2014


The goal of the economy, politics, and social institutions should be to promote wellbeing among people as broadly as possible. Yet, the questions remain: what exactly is wellbeing?…


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Measures for the Good Life: Stated Preferences and the Greater Good

Ted Fischer , November 3rd, 2014


The goal of the economy, politics, and social institutions should be to promote wellbeing among people as broadly as possible. Yet, the questions remain: what exactly is wellbeing?…


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What We Do Not Always What We Want

Ted Fischer , July 10th, 2014


Customers hate Spirit airlines. Passengers routinely swear they will never fly it again; it ranks dead last in airline consumer satisfaction. Everything costs extra–the seats don’t even recline….


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