Freerk A . Lootsma, Delft Uniocwity qf Techidogy, FUCU~I.V Mathemarics nnd Informalics, Mekdweg 4 , qf 2628 C D Delft, The Netherlands European Behavioral Decision Theory, as SPUDM-14 displayed It CONTRIBUTIONS T O DECISION MAKING: I, Jean-Paul Caverni, Maya Bar-Hillel, F. Hutton Barron, and Helmut Jungermann (eds), Amsterdam: Elsevier Science, 1995, ISBN 0-444-82181-3, 361 pp. Review by Ward Edwards, Wise Decisions, Inc. Every two years, the European organization of behavioral decision theorists meets. From its inception in 1968 until a year ago, that organization was named Subjective Probability, Utility, and Decision Making, and was known to all as SPUDM. Having finally concluded that it was here to stay, it has changed its name to the European Association for Decision Making, and its acronym to EADM. All but the third of these meetings have led to Conference volumes. This is a review of the most recent such volume, growing out of the 14th SPUDM, held in Aix-en-Provence, France, in 1994. How does one review a Conference volume, especially one as diverse in topics as this? I suppose I can start by reporting what the volume contains: 19 papers, of which three are intended to be major reviews of their
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Published: Dec 1, 1996
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