Incomplete Preferences under Uncertainty: Indecisiveness in Beliefsvs. Tastes * Efe A. Ok y Pietro Ortolev a z Gil Riell a x June 26,2008 Abstract We investigate the classical Anscombe-Aumannmodelof decision-making under uncertainty without assuming the completeness axiom.
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34 • Cooking a World of New Tastes Stir-Frying Stir-frying is a cooking method similar to sautéing in which items are cooked over very high heat, using little fat.
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Section Summary • Understand consumer adoption of innovations • Show current trends in consumer tastes and preferences Throughout the U.S. Throughout the state Grass-fed vs. corn-fed • Summarize marketing implications
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Who DrivesDivergence? Identity Signaling, Outgroup Dissimilarity, and the Abandonment of Cultural Tastes Jonah Berger University of Pennsylvania Chip Heath Stanford University People often diverge from members of other social groups: They select cultural tastes (e.g., possessions, attitudes, or ...
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... quality in organic fruits and vegetables may be responsible for the conviction by some consumers that organic produce tastes better. Results from sensory tests can vary depending on whether or not the taste panelists are trained vs. untrained.