Expected Comparative Utility Theory: A New Theory of Rational Choice

I had to write a last-minute paper on this for my econ degree. My biggest takeaway from it was this: I see parallels between how math is taught and how econ is taught. The idea is to teach these complex ideas directly to the student so they can grasp it if they are able, or sit puzzled and drop it (or waste time self-doubting like me haha!). My only gripe, admitting that it's biased, is that too much has been lost in translation for certain types of students, perhaps myself included. About the paper itself though, I live digging into this kind of stuff! Learning about the roots of it is what has always interested me, I jus always felt out of the loop.

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