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Handbook of ValuePerspectives from Economics, Neuroscience, Philosophy, Psychology and Sociology$
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Tobias Brosch and David Sander

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780198716600

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: December 2015

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198716600.001.0001

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From values to valuation: an interdisciplinary approach to the study of value

From values to valuation: an interdisciplinary approach to the study of value

(p.397) Chapter 19 From values to valuation: an interdisciplinary approach to the study of value
Handbook of Value

Tobias Brosch

David Sander

Oxford University Press

Ever since the days of Plato, scholars have been trying to understand value. Today the investigation of value is central to many disciplines studying human thinking, feeling, and behavior, such as economics, neuroscience, philosophy, psychology, or sociology. While these disciplines are interested in value, they use different definitions and focus on different aspects of the phenomenon. The aim of this volume is to bring together the different perspectives and to contribute to an interdisciplinary dialogue by providing a common reference point that may serve as a resource for integration and cross-fertilization. This final chapter looks back at the contributions assembled in this volume and highlights some of the important themes that have emerged.

Keywords:   value, values, valuation, decision value, core value

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