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, Budapest. Duesenberry, J. S. (1949): Income, Savings and the Theory of Consumer Behavior . Harvard University Press, Cambridge. Elster, J. (1996): Rationality and the Emotions. The Economic

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The author summarises his intellectual and personal journey from rationality and morality to spirituality. As internationally renowned expert in operation research and multi-objective optimisation, he developed a strong interest in organisational ethics, social and ethical accounting, values-based leadership and corporate social responsibility. Influenced by Eastern (especially Indian) spirituality he went further to explore the well-spring of rationality, morality and spirituality. In this way he broadened the perspective of business ethics by the conception of spiritual-based leadership, which addresses existential questions such as “Who am I?” “What is a good life for me and for others?” and “How best can I serve?” in organisational and everyday contexts.

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Rationality requires self-control

An empirical study on the phenomenon of consumer self-control

Acta Oeconomica
Author: L. Lippai

McFadden, D. (1999): Rationality for Economists? Journal of Risk and Uncertainty , 19(1–3): 73–105. McFadden D. Rationality for Economists? Journal of

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Borwein, P. B. and Zhou, S. P. , Rational approximation to Lipschitz and Zygmund classes, Constr. Approx. , 8 (1992), 381–399. MR 94a :41029

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] Vechhia Della , B. 1996 Direct and converse results by rational operators Constr. Approx. 12 271 – 285 . [5

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. IMF Staff Papers 9 (November): 369 – 379 . Gigerenzer , G. – Selten , R. ( 2002 ): Bounded Rationality . Cambridge : MIT Press

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Brutman, L. , On rational interpolation to | x | at the adjusted Chebyshev nodes, J. Approx. Th. , 95 (1998), 146–152. MR 99h :41002

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Blossfeld, H.-P. and Prein, G. (1998b): The Relationship Between Rational Choice Theory and Large-Scale Data Analysis - Past Developments and Future Perspectives. In Blossfeld-Prein 1998a: 3

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Abstract

Let N be a positive integer, A be a subset of ℚ and α=α1α2A\{0,N}. N is called an α-Korselt number (equivalently α is said an N-Korselt base) if α2pα1 divides α2Nα1 for every prime divisor p of N. By the Korselt set of N over A, we mean the set AKS(N) of all αA\{0,N} such that N is an α-Korselt number.

In this paper we determine explicitly for a given prime number q and an integer l ∈ ℕ \{0, 1}, the set A-KS(ql) and we establish some connections between the ql -Korselt bases in ℚ and others in ℤ. The case of A=[1,1[ is studied where we prove that ([1,1[)-KS(ql) is empty if and only if l = 2.

Moreover, we show that each nonzero rational α is an N-Korselt base for infinitely many numbers N = ql where q is a prime number and l ∈ ℕ.

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. Bäckström 2008 Individual differences in processing styles: Validity of the Rational-Experiential Inventory Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 49 5

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