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Published
**1990**
by Alfred P. Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Mass
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Jiang Wang. |

Series | [Working paper -- no.3261], Working paper (Sloan School of Management) -- 3261-90. |

Contributions | Sloan School of Management. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 56 p., [10] p. of plates : |

Number of Pages | 56 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL17937939M |

OCLC/WorldCa | 25755501 |

in the language of economics: Asset prices ensure that frictions: asymmetric information, search frictions, capital pricing under asymmetric information: static set-up tial trading and herding l dynamic trading with informational advantage. INTERTEMPORAL ASSET PRICING THEORY DARRELL DUFFIE * Stanford University Contents Abstract Keywords 1 Introduction 2 Basic theory Setup Arbitrage, state prices, and martingales Individual agent optimality Habit and recursive utilities Equilibrium and Pareto optimality

"A Model of Intertemporal Asset Prices Under Asymmetric Information," Review of Economic Studies, Oxford University Press, vol. 60(2), pages Shiller, Robert J., " Human behavior and the efficiency of the financial system," Handbook of Macroeconomics, in: J. B. Taylor & M. Woodford (ed.), Handbook of Macroeconomics, edition 1, volume 1, chap . Asset Pricing under Asymmetric Information Rational Expectations Equilibrium Markus K. Brunnermeier Princeton University Aug Asset Pricing under Asym. Information Rational Expectation Equilibria Classiﬁcation of Models CARA-Gaussian Asset Demand Symmetric Information Info Eﬃciency uniform price setting limit order book analysis.

I.1 Asymmetric information and incomplete trust financial assets under incomplete trust, develops a model to determine the impact of financial efficiency on intertemporal resource allocation, asset prices and capital accumulation, and draws. The Review of Financial Studies / v 00 n 0 under asymmetric information has not been used much to guide asset pricing 22 and portfolio allocation decisions. 23 The goal of the present article is to derive some of the implications of 24 partially revealing rational expectations equilibria for asset pricing and asset 25 allocation and to test their empirical relevance.

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The investor’s optimal portfolios and maximum expected utilities are obtained. Shows that the optimal portfolios contain excess holdings over its Merton by: ASSET PRICING UNDER ASYMMETRIC INFORMATION Very preliminary and very incomplete Please do not quote November, our framework to address is to what extent asset price uctuations can be larger under asymmetric The analysis starts in Section 2 with a simple model where there is no intertemporal trade: there is.

This is a survey of the basic theoretical foundations of intertemporal asset pricing theory. The broader theory is first reviewed in a simple discrete-time setting, emphasizing the key role of state prices.

The existence of state prices is equivalent to the absence of arbitrage. the form of the asset prices processes as given. However, the asset price processes considered by Merton turn out to be of the same form as those derived by J.

Cox, J. Ingersoll, and S. Ross () “An Intertemporal General Equilibrium Model of Asset Prices,” Econometr p, in their general equilibrium production economy model. signiﬁcantly advanced our understanding of the informational aspects of price processes.

This book provides a detailed and up-to-date survey of this important body of literature. The book begins by demonstrating how to model asymmetric information and higher order knowledge. It then contrasts competitive and strategic equilibrium concepts under.

This paper presents a dynamic asset-pricing model under asymmetric information. Investors have different information concerning the future growth rate of dividends. Asset Pricing Under Asymmetric Information Christian Haefk e Departmen t of Economics Univ ersit y of California, San Diego Gilman Driv e, La Jolla, CA Leop old S ogner Departmen tof Quan titativ e Economics Vienna Univ ersit y of Economics and Business Administration Augasse 2 { 6, A Vienna, A USTRIA Octob er 4.

Asset Pricing under Asym. Information Rational Expectation Equilibria Classi cation of Models Static Uniform Price Discr. Price (Limit Order Book) Contrast Dynamic Sequential Trade Herding crash Asset Pricing under Asymmetric Information Rational Expectations Equilibrium Markus K.

Brunnermeier Princeton University Novem Xia acknowledges financial support from the Rodney L. White Center for Financial Research. Earlier drafts of the paper were circulated under the title “A Simple Model of Intertemporal Capital Asset Pricing and Its Implications for the Fama–French Three‐Factor Model.” Search for more papers by this author.

The Present Value Model second term the dividend yield. Solving this deﬁnition for P t gives a diﬀerence equation for the price in period t: () P t = P t+1 +D t+1 1+R t+1. Solving this diﬀerence equation forward for kperiods results in () P t = Xk i=1 " Yi j=1 1 1+R t+j # D t+i + " Yk j=1 1 1+R t+j # P t+k.

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Nobel laureate Robert Merton. cepts. No-Trade Theorems and market breakdowns due to asymmetric information are then explained and the existence of bubbles under symmetric and asymmetric information is investigated. The book contrasts diﬀerent market microstructure models that demonstrate how asymmetric information aﬀects asset prices and traders’ information inference.

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This paper evaluates the use of modeling approach that depends on Levy jump model to predict investors wealth under inefficiencies in the market, in terms of mispricing and asymmetric information where the traded stock or risky asset price is considered to be as a function of a Levy jump process (i.e.

the driving Levy process has Brownian component) by specifying the asset. An intertemporal asset pricing model with stochastic consumption and investment opportunities. Journal of Rock, K. The specialist’s order book and price anomalies. Working paper. Harvard Business School.

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