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My interest in X-Efficiency XE dates back to At the time, I was writing the dissertation for my Ph. My dissertation was concerned with the role of attitudes in the school-to-work transition among young men.
One of the things that caught my attention was his be- havioral description of selective rationality. It seemed that Leibenstein's behavioral description of a selectively rational individual was very similar to what psychologists such as Abraham Maslow were reporting as being the product of a particular motivational system.
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