Validating the Postulates of rational Choice in the Context of economical Fuel Consumption of Vehicles
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We have introduced an innovative procedure called "blind statistical scoring" that simplifies the analysis of statistical indicators. This procedure aligns with the principle of parsimony, also known as Ockham's razor. By applying this procedure, we confirm several postulates within the concept of bounded rationality of choice. To illustrate this phenomenon, we conducted an experiment with the data provided by Spritmonitor.de website, which contains data, search results, texts, graphics, software and other information.
Keywords: car market; fuel impulses; monotonic; Ockham's razor; kernel/closer (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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