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    • Comparing Ambiguous Inferences When Probabilities are Imprecise 

      Fountain, J.; Gunby, P. (University of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2010)
      Suppose you are interested in the level of a state variable (e.g. a disease is present or absent or of a pre-specified level of severity, or a failure is recorded or not, etc.) and have a potentially useful but imperfect ...
    • Estimating Subjective Probabilities 

      Andersen, S.; Fountain, J.; Harrison, G.W.; Rutström, E.E. (Center for the Economic Analysis of RiskUniversity of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2010)
      Subjective probabilities play a role in many economic decisions. There is a large theoretical literature on the elicitation of subjective probabilities, and an equally large empirical literature. However, there is a gulf ...
    • Estimating Subjective Probabilities 

      Andersen, S.; Fountain, J.; Harrison, G.W.; Rutström, E.E. (Center for the Economic Analysis of Risk (CEAR) at Georgia State UniversityUniversity of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2010)
      Subjective probabilities play a role in many economic decisions. There is a large theoretical literature on the elicitation of subjective probabilities, and an equally large empirical literature. However, there is a gulf ...
    • The "Last Mile" Problem in Personalized Medicine: a Dynamic Interactive Graphical Software Solution 

      Fountain, J.; Gunby, P. (University of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2010)
      Clinicians and patients typically experience difficulty with the conditional probability reasoning (Bayes Theorem) required to make inferences about health states on the basis of diagnostic test results. This problem will ...