Pomansky, 1996, Mixed Risk Aversion, Journal of Economic Theory, 71: 485-513.
What does JET stand for?
JET stands for Journal of Economic Theory
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Blackwell Publishing (Malden, MA) has begun the publication of four new journals, including 'Asia-Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology,' 'Maternal and Child Nutrition," Management and Organization Review' and 'International Journal of Economic Theory.
In an article to be published early next year in the Journal of Economic Theory, Saari has catalogued scenarios that give rise to this type of paradox.
Milton Harris and Artur Raviv, "Optimal Incentive Contracts with Perfect Information," Journal of Economic Theory (1977): 231-259.