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Home | News | Paper by fellows Aurélien Baillon and Chen Li accepted for publication in Econometrica
News | November 25, 2021

Paper by fellows Aurélien Baillon and Chen Li accepted for publication in Econometrica

Aurélien Baillon, who works as a Professor at Erasmus School of Economics, and Chen Li, who works a an Assistant Professor at Erasmus School of Economics, wrote their paper in collaboration with co-author Professor Yoram Halevy (University of Toronto).

Paper by fellows Aurélien Baillon and Chen Li accepted for publication in Econometrica

Econometrica is a renowned academic journal in several areas of economics, with a specific focus on econometrics. It is published by Wiley-Blackwell.

The paper by Baillon, Li and Halevy, entitled Randomize at your own Risk: on the Observability of Ambiguity Aversion, deals with the way in which decision making is influenced by our perception of risks, risks that are often ambiguous. Many people dislike this ambiguity, a dislike defined as ambiguity aversion. The authors suggest that the prevalence of ambiguity aversion may very well have been underestimated.