Risks and Weak Aggregation: Why Different Models of Risk Suit Different Types of Cases

Ethics 131 (1):62-86 (2020)
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Discussions of risk have assumed that risk must be modeled the same in all cases. This is a mistake. Normally, if people know that those affected by an agent’s choice have conflicting interests, th...

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