Rational choice in international economics.


  • Anastasiia Kozachyshyna Vasyl’ Stus Donetsk National University


Rational 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.

Біографія автора

Anastasiia Kozachyshyna, Vasyl’ Stus Donetsk National University

2nd year student, Faculty of Economics, Specialism “International Economics”


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Economic sciences