top of page
  • Photo du rédacteurHélène Dufour

Verifiable Uncertainty

The concept proposes verifiable uncertainty akin to classical lotteries, suggesting it as a fundamental way to comprehend uncertainty. Rules are outlined for contrasting general events with verifiable lottery-like situations. Decision-making involves evaluating verifiable uncertainty differently from unverifiable uncertainty, allowing distinct attitudes and conservative handling of the latter. This approach forms a more solid theoretical basis for decision-making.

1 vue0 commentaire

Posts récents

Voir tout

Climate Risk, Insurance Retreat, and State Response

"Private businesses are making actuarial decisions, assessing that some locations are just too vulnerable to insure. At the same time, this insurance retreat also poses a policy challenge for states a


bottom of page