Considering the rule from a normative perspective, one could evaluate the axiomatic foundations of the similar [alpha]-MEU rule as set out in Ghirardato, Maccheroni
, and Marinacci (2004).
This information suggests that it is not possible, at least in this work, to assume that an association between CSDaV and CTV is the main cause of CSD, as suggested by previous research (MACCHERONI
et al., 2005; ROMAN et al., 2004).
, Marinacci, and Rustichini (2006) establish theoretical connections between the two approaches.
Thomas Jefferson, who traveled to Italy in 1787, shipped a pasta machine from Naples and served macaroni (the English rendition of maccheroni
) when he was president.
E i lazzari gli portano pagnotte, maccheroni
Lima AO, CM Quecine, MH Fungaro, FD Andreote, WJ Maccheroni
, WL Araujo, CM Silva- Filho, AA Pizzirani-Kleiner and JL Azevedo, 2005.
(36.) Itzhak Gilboa, Fabio Maccheroni
, Massimo Marinacci & David Schmeidler, Objective and Subjective Rationality in a Multiple Prior Model, 78 ECONOMETRICS 755 (2008).
It seems probable in fact that the surnames Macarone, Maccarone, Maccherone, Maccheroni
, come from the late Latin maccare (to grind, to compress, to stack, to knead), referring to the flour milling process.
Back with the Martellis we see them knead durum wheat with water (it's that simple) then force it through moulds to make spaghetti, spaghettini, maccheroni
, Fabio, Massimo Marinacci, and Aldo Rustichini.
, Fabio, Massimo Marinacei, and Aldo Rustichini, 2006, "Dynamic variational preferences," Journal of Economic Theory, Vol.
The eight new pastas: Rice pastas in Gemini and Fusilli, Corn pastas in Penne and Rings, Buckwheat Fusilli and Maccheroni
and Spelt Fusilli and Penne.
Rigati Alla Siciliana, known more familiarly as Norma, is a blend of aubergines, tomatoes, cheese and basil which is traditionally served at family gatherings.
The term maccheroni
in Italian refers to dried pasta made without egg; it comes in a variety of shapes.
However, there are basically three categories: long extruded noodles, such as spaghetti, fettuccine, linguini, etc.; tubular shapes, such as penne and maccheroni
; and specialty shapes, such as radiatore, bow ties, and so on.