Brian Hill

Brian Hill ©HECParis - JMBiais

Brian Hill is a CNRS research fellow at the GREGHEC laboratory and CNRS research professor HEC Paris. His research interests include the dynamics of belief and preference, awareness, state-dependent utilities, the relationship between decision-making and changes in attitudes (beliefs and preferences), state-dependent utilities, decision-making under severe uncertainty, and confidence. He holds a Doctorate in Philosophy and Habilitation qualification in Economics from the Université de Paris I-Panthéon Sorbonne. 

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Articles written by Brian Hill

Micro-economics7 December 2016

How should we decide in the face of uncertainty?

How should governments decide in the face of radical uncertainties, such as those concerning (...)

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