Munich Personal RePEc Archive

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Number of items: **32**.

Harin, Alexander
(2007):
*Principle of uncertain future and utility.*

Harin, Alexander
(2008):
*Solution of the Ellsberg paradox by means of the principle of uncertain future.*

Harin, Alexander
(2009):
*Ruptures in the probability scale? Calculation of ruptures’ dimensions.*

Harin, Alexander
(2010):
*Theorem of existence of ruptures in probability scale. Preliminary short version.*

Harin, Alexander
(2010):
*Теорема о существовании разрывов в шкале вероятностей. Дискретный случай.*

Harin, Alexander
(2011):
*Theorem of existence of ruptures for mean values on finite numerical segments. Discrete case.*

Harin, Alexander
(2011):
*Интервальный анализ распределений и разрывы.*

Harin, Alexander
(2013):
*A non-zero dispersion leads to the non-zero bias of mean.*

Harin, Alexander
(2014):
*Is data interpretation in utility and prospect theories unquestionably correct?*

Harin, Alexander
(2014):
*General correcting formulae for forecasts.*

Harin, Alexander
(2014):
*Problems of utility and prospect theories. A ”certain-uncertain” inconsistency of the random-lottery incentive system.*

Harin, Alexander
(2014):
*Problems of utility and prospect theories. Certainty effect near certainty.*

Harin, Alexander
(2014):
*Problems of utility and prospect theories. A discontinuity of Prelec’s function.*

Harin, Alexander
(2015):
*“Luce problem” and discontinuity of Prelec’s function at p = 1.*

Harin, Alexander
(2015):
*An existence theorem for restrictions on the mean in the presence of a restriction on the dispersion.*

Harin, Alexander
(2015):
*Is Prelec’s function discontinuous at p = 1? (for the Einhorn Award of SJDM).*

Harin, Alexander
(2015):
*An existence theorem for bounds (restrictions) on the expectation of a random variable. Its opportunities for utility and prospect theories.*

Harin, Alexander
(2015):
*An existence theorem for bounds on the expectation of a random variable. Its opportunities for utility theories. V. 2.*

Harin, Alexander
(2015):
*Problems of utility and prospect theories. A “certain–uncertain” inconsistency within their experimental methods.*

Harin, Alexander
(2016):
*An inconsistency between certain outcomes and uncertain incentives within behavioral methods.*

Harin, Alexander
(2017):
*Can forbidden zones for the expectation explain noise influence in behavioral economics and decision sciences?*

Harin, Alexander
(2017):
*About the minimal magnitudes of measurement’s forbidden zones. Version 1.*

Harin, Alexander
(2017):
*Some estimations of the minimal magnitudes of forbidden zones in experimental data.*

Harin, Alexander
(2017):
*Behavioral economics and auto-images of distributions of random variables.*

Harin, Alexander
(2018):
*Forbidden zones for the expectation of a random variable. New version 1.*

Harin, Alexander
(2018):
*Forbidden zones and biases for the expectation of a random variable. Version 2.*

Harin, Alexander
(2018):
*Forbidden zones for the expectation. New mathematical results for behavioral and social sciences.*

Harin, Alexander
(2019):
*Forbidden zones for the expectations of measurement data and problems of behavioral economics.*

Harin, Alexander
(2019):
*Behavioral sciences and auto-transformations. Introduction.*

Harin, Alexander
(2020):
*Behavioral sciences and auto-transformations of functions.*

Harin, Alexander
(2020):
*Introduction to sub-interval analysis. Estimations for the centers of gravity.*

Harin, Alexander
(2020):
*Macroscopic analogs of quantum-mechanical phenomena and auto-transformations of functions.*