Rational choice in international economics.
АнотаціяRational choice is a broad sector with porous boundaries. It is usually viewed as a methodological approach that explains both individual and collective or social outcomes in terms of individual goal-seeking under constraints. There is a myriad of possible ways to do so, but any theoretical methodology such as rational choice entails some very general substantive commitments.
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