Una defensa de la preferencia revelada (A Defence of Revealed Preference Analysis)
The paper defends revealed preference analysis against the attack of Dan Hausman that RPA is unclear and has not empirical advantages. RPA is consistent with externalist accounts of the theory of mind where preference is interpreted and gets its meaning through our understanding of the actions of those studied. The paper argues that Hausman assumes the conclusion he is maintaining by assuming preference means "desire". RPA is unavoidable in empirical research where we interpret outcomes through...[Show more]
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