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An outline and appraisal is given of Bernoullian decision theory with a view to its potential use in agricultural contexts, both on and off the farm. Despite the existence of a variety of difficulties and unresolved problems, it is argued that Bernoulli's Principle--because of its recognition of the personal nature of decision making in terms of beliefs and preferences--represents the best possible approach to risky choice in agriculture.

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