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Consumption-portfolio policies

an inverse optimal problem
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Alfred P. Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1992. , Cambridge, Mass
Statementby Hua He and Chi-fu Huang.
SeriesWorking paper / Alfred P. Sloan School of Management -- WP # 3488-92, Working paper (Sloan School of Management) -- 3488.
ContributionsHuang, Chi-fu.
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Pagination35 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL17938448M
OCLC/WorldCa27645115

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We study a problem that is the "inverse" of Merton [J. Econ. Theory3 (), –].For a given consumption-portfolio policy, we provide necessary and sufficient conditions Consumption-portfolio policies book it to be optimal for "some" agent with an increasing, strictly concave, time-additive, and state-independent utility function when the risky asset price follows a general difussion by: Optimal consumption-portfolio policies: A convergence from discrete to continuous time models Consumption-portfolio policies book working paper) [Hua He] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Consumption, Saving, & Portfolio Choice Revised: October 1, Another building block for thinking about business cycles and asset returns is what we’ll call the consumer’s problem: how an individual might decide between current consumption and saving for future consumption, and how that saving is allocated across assets.

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For technical questions regarding this item, or to correct its authors, title, abstract. A martingale technique is employed to characterize optimal consumption-portfolio policies when there exist nonnegativity constraints on consumption and on final wealth.

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For technical questions regarding this item, or to correct its authors, title, abstract. Insider Information, Arbitrage and Optimal Portfolio and Consumption Policies Article in SSRN Electronic Journal June with 39 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Marcel Rindisbacher. Consumption-portfolio policies book \ssr.

WORKINGPAPER CHOOLOFMANAGEMENT OptimalConsumptionandPortfolioPolicies WhenMarketsareIncomplete by. Constrained consumption-portfolio optimization techniques are adapted to incorporate redundant, possibly mispriced securities.

Then, if the associated optimal policies and prices satisfy the technical conditions of Section 1, equilibrium exists, and the equilibrium state price densities, consumption allocations, and stock price are given by Cited by:   Excerpt from Optimal Consumption and Portfolio Policies When Markets Are Incomplete The first question arises from the fact that when M is stictly included in X, only the marketed commodities have their price determined by arbitrage.

There is an abundance of price functionals 45 that extend 7r over all of X, and one could choose. () Macroeconomic environment, money demand and portfolio choice. European Journal of Operational ResearchCited by: Handbook of Asset and Liability Management. Book • Edited by: S.A.

Zenios and W.T. Ziemba. This chapter explores two perturbation methods for solving dynamic consumption/portfolio allocation problems under general preferences and a time-varying investment opportunity set. Insurance policies today come with guarantees on the. This paper studies the portfolio management problem for an individual with a non-exponential discount function and habit formation in finite time.

The investor receives a deterministic income, invests in risky assets, buys insurance and consumes continuously. The objective is to maximize the utility of excessive consumption, heritage and terminal wealth. Consumption-portfolio policies: an inverse optimal problem 5/ 5 Numerical analysis of a free-boundary singular control problem in financial economics 4 / 5 Optimal consumption and portfolio rules with durability and habit formation / 54/5(3).

() Non-addictive habits: optimal consumption-portfolio policies. Journal of Economic Theory() Book Review. Continuous-Time Finance. Robert C. Merton. SIAM Journal on Control and OptimizationCited by: In this paper, we analytically solve the utility maximization problem for a consumption set with multiple habit formation of interaction.

Consumption is here composed of habitual and nonhabitual components, where habitual consumption represents the effect of past consumption. We further assume that the individual seeks to maximize his/her expected utility from nonhabitual : Jingzhen Liu, Yike Wang, Ming Zhou.

Kallsen (), Choulli and Hurd (), or Cvitani c et al. () study the dynamic consumption-portfolio selection problem when the risky asset follows a L evy process. However, when jumps are included, it becomes substantially more di cult to solve for.

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Optimal Consumption and Portfolio Policies for Important Jump Events: Modeling and Computational Considerations F. Hanson Laboratory for Advanced Computing University of Illinois at Chicago Morgan St.; M/C Chicago, IL ,USA of his book, correcting his earlier work by adding an absorbing boundary condition at zero wealth.

Optimal consumption and portfolio policies when asset prices follow a diffusion process Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 49, No.

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The second started inwith property entrepreneurs achieving great success during the real estate boom. He, H., and N. Pearson (), “Consumption and portfolio policies with incomplete markets and shortsale constraints: the infinite dimensional case,” Journal of Economic Theory, 54, p.

– MathSciNet CrossRef zbMATH Google ScholarCited by: Explicit Solution of a General Consumption/Portfolio Problem with Subsistence Consumption and Bankruptcy. Optimal Consumption and Investment Policies in a Complete Market with Constrained Consumption Rates and Wealth Levels, Working Paper, Columbia University, New York.

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Consumption-Portfolio Policies. Hua He. 05 Sep Hardback. US$ Add to basket. Nonnegative Wealth, Absence of Arbitrage, and Feasible Consumption Plans. This book presents papers on continuous-time consumption­ investment models by Suresh Sethi and various co-authors.

Sir Isaac Newton said that he saw so far because he stood on the shoulders of gi­ ants. Giants upon whose shoulders Professor Sethi and colleagues stand are Robert Merton,Brand: Springer US. This paper reviews a Monte Carlo method for consumption-portfolio decision problems in models with complete markets and diffusion processes.

It starts with a review of various characterizations of optimal policies. It then focuses on characterizations amenable to simulation and discusses the Monte Carlo Malliavin Derivative Method (MCMD). this book and the author (who is a leading scholar in this field) should center subsequent editions even more on the equilibrium analysis with recursive utility.

There were no surprises in the book Asset Pricing Theory. The book contains most of the topics one would expect from a Ph.D. level asset pricing text.Stock Process with Log–Normal Jumps nance book, correcting his earlier work by adding an ab-sorbing boundary condition at zero wealth and using other timal portfolio and consumption policies problem was solved computationally.

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