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Non-expected utility in policy games

K. Shutes

Non-expected utility in policy games

temporal risk aversion and time consistent inflation

by K. Shutes

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Published by typescript in [s.l.] .
Written in English


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Dissertation (M.Sc.) - University of Warwick, 1994.

StatementK. Shutes.
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Open LibraryOL19577616M

  The purpose of this paper is to examine rigorously the arbitrage model of capital asset pricing developed in Ross [13, 14]. The arbitrage model was proposed as an alternative to the mean variance capital asset pricing model, introduced by Sharpe, Lintner, and Treynor, that has become the major analytic tool for explaining phenomena observed in capital markets for . In this book we analyze the role and the influence of general, possibly non-expected utility preferences in such an evolutionary setup. In particular, we demonstrate that preferences which diverge from von Neumann-Morgenstern expected utility may potentially prove to be successful under evolutionary pressures.

Grant, Simon & Chateauneuf, A. & Eichberger, J., "Choice under Uncertainty with the Best and Worst in Mind: Neo-additive Capacities," Working Papers , Rice University, Department of Chateauneuf & Jürgen Eichberger & Simon Grant, "Choice under uncertainty with the best and worst in mind: neo-additive capacities," Post-Print hal Cited by: 1. The Expected Utility Theory. 2. Risk Aversion. 3. The Insurance Market. 4. Stochastic Dominance and Risk Comparisons. 5. Non-Expected Utility Theories. 6. Portfolio Analysis and the Mean-Variance Utility Theory. 7. Efficient Contracts under Uncertainty: The Principal-Agent Theory. 8. Collective Decisions under Uncertainty -- pt. II. Games.

Existence and dynamic consistency of Nash equilibrium with non-expected utility preferences Dekel, E., Safra, Z. and Segal, U. . Behaviorally consistent optimal stopping rules Karni, E. and Safra, Z. Risk aversion in the theory of expected utility with rank dependent probabilities Hong, C. S., Karni, E. and Safra, Z. In this volume we present some of the papers delivered at FUR-IV - the Fourth International Conference on Founda­ tions and Applications of Utility, Risk and Decision Theory in Budapest, June The FUR Conferences have provided an appreciated forum every two years since within which.


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