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Bounded Rationality

Bounded rationality (BR) refers to the idea that people, and other choosing organisms, have limited cognitive and computational abilities, and therefore cannot make rational decisions in a maximizing sense. The term was introduced by Herbert Simon, whose work is closely associated ...

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