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Bounded Rationality

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[New Entry by Gregory Wheeler on November 30, 2018.] Herbert Simon introduced the term 'bounded rationality' (Simon 1957: 198) as a shorthand for his brief against neoclassical economics and his call to replace the perfect rationality assumptions of homo economicus with a conception of rationality tailored to cognitively limited agents....

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