/Consistent Choice Theory

Consistent choice theory is the idea that, once an economic agent’s preferences have been revealed, they should not change unless the properties of a good they are evaluating change. If I prefer an apple to an orange now, I cannot change my preference unless some property of the good changes, doing so would be considered irrational and outside the models of rational choice theory.


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