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The Paradoxical Nature of Electronic Decision Aids on Comparison-Shopping: The Experiments and Analysis
(Universidad de Talca, 2009)
Optimal portfolio and consumption decisions under exchange rate and interest rate risks. A jump-diffusion approach
(Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2010-04)
This research develops a stochastic model of the consumer´s decision making under an environment of risk and uncertainty. In the proposed model agents perceive that a mixed diffusion-jump process drives the exchange rate, ...
SOCIAL FORAGING IN RATS: GROUP AND INDIVIDUAL CHOICE IN DYNAMIC ENVIRONMENTS
(Sociedad Mexicana de Análisis de la Conducta / Mexican Society of Behavior Analysis, 2012)
Free availability of high-energy foods led to energy over-ingestion and protein under-ingestion in choice-fed broilers
The objective of this study was to compare energy and protein content of the diet selected by choice-fed broilers with thatof broilers fed a balanced diet. One hundred and eighty 1-day-old male broilers were randomly ...
The constrained multinomial logit: A semi-compensatory choice model
The traditional formulation of logit models applied to transport demand assumes a compensatory (indirect) utility function in which the consumers’ strategy assumes a tradeoff between attributes. Several authors have ...
Lek behavior as the mating strategy of Setellia sp (Diptera : Richardiidae)
(Kluwer Academic/plenum PublNew YorkEUA, 1998)