The first four chapters are devoted to a description of Modern Portfolio Theory, Efficient Market Hypothesis and Expected Utility Theory and their flaws.
What does EUT stand for?
EUT stands for Expected Utility Theory
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We have 12 other meanings of EUT in our Acronym Attic
- Equipment Under Test
- Escola Universitària de Turisme
- Espacio Exterior
- European Urology Today
- European Utilities Inc
- Europeiska Unionens Officiella Tidning (Swedish: European Union's publisher)
- Eurotransit Virtual (UK)
- Euthymol Toothpaste
- Exit/Update Transaction File
- Expansionist Universe Theory
- Extreme Unreal Tournament
- Early User Test & Evaluation
- European Union of Telecottage Associations (Budaors, Hungary)
- European Technical Assistance Cooperation (EU)
- Edinburgh University Theatre Company (Scotland, UK)
- Equivalent Unité à Temps Complet
- European Utilities Telecom Council (Belgium)
- European Union Tissues and Cells Directive (UK)
- Escola Universitària de Turisme I Direcció Hotelera
- Early User Test and Evaluation (usually abbreviated EUT&E)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Yu instead applies implicit expected utility theory to measure lottery output.
The point is that there are certain patterns of preferences, held by reasonable people for good reasons, that simply do not agree with the axioms of expected utility theory.
Expected utility theory underlies much of the reasoning of contemporary economic theory.
Traditionally, people's choices were explained and predicted by the expected utility theory (Von Neumann & Morgenstern, 1944) which suggests that individuals make rational choices based on the level of relevant decision criteria (Friedman & Savage, 1948).
The expected utility theory of tax evasion, however, provides an inadequate framework for incorporating these considerations.
More recently, research on expected utility theory similarly attempted to avoid inquiry into motivation.
Specifically, this paper reports the results of laboratory tests designed to compare and contrast two models of individual decision behavior, expected utility theory and prospect theory, in describing choice behavior in strategic decision problems.