Comportements individuels devant le risque et distorsion des probabilités


Revue d'Economie Politique

1995, vol. 105, n°1, pp.157-178

Départements : Economie et Sciences de la décision, GREGHEC (CNRS)

Comptabilité de gestion : les défis de la prochaine décennie


Revue Française de Comptabilité

mars 1995, n°265, pp.35-48

Départements : Comptabilité et Contrôle de Gestion

Consideration Sets of Size One: an Empirical Investigation of Automobile Purchases

E. Lapersonne, J.J. Le Goff, G. LAURENT

International Journal of Research in Marketing

mai 1995, vol. 12, n°1, pp.55-56

Départements : Marketing

Consistent Bayesian Aggregation


Journal of Economic Theory

1995, vol. 66, pp.313-351

Départements : Economie et Sciences de la décision, GREGHEC (CNRS)

We investigate the aggregation of first nonatomic probabilities and second Savagean orderings, subject to the following consistency constraints: (i) the aggregate is a subjective probability or a Savagean ordering, respectively; and (ii) it satisfies the Pareto principle. Aggregation is viewed here as a single-profile exercise. We show that affine rules are the only solutions to the problem of aggregating nonatomic probabilities. Assuming weak Pareto conditions and technical restrictions, we show that dictatorial rules are the only solutions to the problem of aggregating Savagean orderings. No solution exists when strong Pareto replaces weaker conditions. Without technical restrictions of affine independence, nontrivial solutions may exist

Control Modes in International Service Operations: The Propensity to Franchise


Management Science

juillet-août 1995

Départements : Finance

Credible Equilibria in Games with Changing Utility

J. Ferreira, I. GILBOA, M. Maschler

Games and Economic Behavior

1995, vol. 10, pp.284-317

Départements : Economie et Sciences de la décision, GREGHEC (CNRS)

Decomposition and Crossover Effects in the Theory of Planned Behavior: A Study of Consumer Adoption


International Journal of Research in Marketing

juillet 1995, vol. 12, n°2, pp.137-156

Départements : Informations Systems and Operations Management

The Theory of Planned Behavior, an extension of the well-known Theory of Reasoned Action, is proposed as a model to predict consumer adoption intention. Three variations of the Theory of Planned Behavior are examined and compared to the Theory of Reasoned Action. The appropriateness of each model is assessed with data from a consumer setting. Structural equation modelling using maximum likelihood estimation for the four models revealed that the traditional forms of the Theory of Reasoned Action and the Theory of Planned Behavior fit the data adequately. Decomposing the belief structures and allowing for crossover effects in the Theory of Planned Behavior resulted in improvements in model prediction. The application of each model to theory development and management intervention is explored

Determinants of Success in International Strategic Alliances: Evidence from the Global Aerospace Industry


Journal of International Business Studies

3e trimestre 1995, vol. 26, n°3, pp.505-530

Départements : Stratégie et Politique d’Entreprise, GREGHEC (CNRS)

This paper presents the results of a study linking the performance of international joint ventures and alliances set up in the global aerospace industry to their strategic and organizational features, In a first stage, an empirically based taxonomy of the observed alliances is generated, Then, the economic performance of various types of alliances is evaluated on the basis of industry expert opinions, and the difference in performance of different alliance types is tested. KeyWords Plus: JOINT VENTURES; ENTRY MODE; PERFORMANCE; TAXONOMY; CONFIGURATIONS; COMBINATIONS; COMPETITION; ATTRIBUTES; NETWORKS; CHOICE

Estimating the Instantaneous Volatility and Covariance of Risky Assets

R. Elliott, M. CHESNEY

Applied Stochastic Models and Data Analysis

1995, vol. 11, pp.51-58

Départements : Finance

Finite exchangeability and linear regression

M. SCARSINI, B. Bassan

Statistics & Probability Letters

1995, vol. 23, pp.105-110

Départements : Economie et Sciences de la décision