Laszlo Zsolnai ‘Rationality Choice and the Diversity of Choices.’ Journal of Socio-Economics, 1998, vol.27, no. 5, pp. 613-622
The rational choice model has been criticised both on normative and descriptive grounds. It is obvious that self-interest maximising is not a universal rather a specific pattern of human choice behaviour. In economic and political life a great variation in people’s choice behaviour can be found. Using a broader analytic framework than the standard rational choice modelling, a rich typology can be established to reveal the basic characteristics of choices that different people can make in different choice situations.