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- n. someone who administers a business
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It is perhaps ironic that of all the commissioned naval officers in the United States, Vincent Murphy should end up being the decision maker for the Pacific Fleet, until Kimmel’s arrival.
In one of the best-developed forms of choice theories, these assumptions about preferences are taken as axioms, and preferences are discovered not by asking decision makers to report them but by defining a “revealed preference” function that satisfies the axioms and is consistent with choices made by a decision maker Luce and Raiffa, 1957.