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AbstractImplementation theory assumes that participants' choices are rational, in the sense of being consistent with the maximization of a context- independent preference. The paper investigates implementation under complete information when individuals' choices need not be rational.
Citation2014. "Behavioral Implementation." American Economic Review, 104(10): 2975-3002. DOI: 10.1257/aer.104.10.2975
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