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In your capacity as a teacher of English, you are not supposed to rank students on the basis of family connections, looks, or athletic ability. In your capacity as a judge, you may look only at a restricted set of considerations, a set far more restricted than those you may examine if you are a legislator.
124-25. 4. See Amos Tversky and Itamar Simonson, "Context-Dependent Preferences," 39Mgmt. Sci. 1179(1993). 5. See George Stigler and Gary Becker, "De Gustibus Non Est Disputandum," 67 Am. Econ. Rev. 76 (1977). 6. This is an empirical claim with a good deal of empirical support, taken up in detail and with many citations in chapter 8. A good overview is Richard Thaler, QuasiRational Economics (New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1991). 7. See Daniel Kahneman, Jack Knetsch, and Richard Thaler, "Fairness and the Assumptions of Economics," in Rational Choice: The Choice Between Economics and Psychology, Robin Hogarth and Melvin Reder, eds.