4 edition of Capital asset prices and the temporal resolution of uncertainty found in the catalog.
Capital asset prices and the temporal resolution of uncertainty
Larry G. Epstein
by Institute for Policy Analysis, University of Toronto in Toronto
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 32-34.
|Statement||by Larry G. Epstein and Stuart M. Turnbull.|
|Series||Working paper series - Institute for Policy Analysis, University of Toronto -- no. 7902|
|Contributions||Turnbull, Stuart M.,|
|LC Classifications||HD30.23 E58|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. --|
|Number of Pages||34|
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ordering for temporal resolution of uncertainty. asset prices can be computed using a standard machinery of. Journal list menu. Journal. Articles. the above settings, there is temporal resolution of uncertainty because private information is reﬂected in prices sequentially.
This inﬂuences the dynamic behavior of asset prices prior to news events. We characterize agents’ optimal trades, information acquisition, and stock price behavior prior to.
Epstein,L.G. and S.M. Turnbull, Capital asset prices and the temporal resolution of uncertainty, unpublished Working Paper, Institute for Policy Analysis, University of Cited by: *Bansal, Ravi and Amir Yaron,“Risks for the Long Run: A Potential Resolution of Asset Pricing Puzzles”, Journal of Finance Beeler, Jason and John Y.
Campbell,“The Long-Run Risks Model and Aggregate Asset Prices: An Empirical Assessment”, Critical Finance Review File Size: 59KB. In this paper, we demonstrate that variations in good and bad uncertainty have separate and significant opposing impacts on the real economy and asset prices.
We use an extended version of the long-run risks model of Bansal and Yaron () to theoretically show conditions under which good and bad uncertainty have different impacts on prices Cited by: Abstract. The surge in public debt triggered by the financial crisis has raised uncertainty about future tax pressure and economic activity.
We examine the asset pricing effects of fiscal policies in a production-based general equilibrium model in which taxation affects corporate decisions by: (1) distorting profits and investment; (2) reducing the cost of debt through a tax shield; and (3 Cited by: Empirical work on portfolio choice and asset pricing has shown that an investor’s current asset demand is affected by the possibility of uncertain changes in future investment opportunities.
In addition, different countries have different prices for goods when there is a common numeraire in the international portfolio choice and asset pricing. Consistent with the differential uncertainty explanation, we test the hypothesis that the book-to-market (earnings-to-market) value ratio of a portfolio of firms that have significant and stable amounts of intangible assets and include book values of such assets (amortization expense) on their balance sheets (income statements) to a matched Cited by: Harries Asset specificity, capital intensity and capital structure: An under asymmetric information for different patterns of temporal resolution of uncertainty in the underlying technology.
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The recently developed long-run risks asset pricing model shows that concerns about long-run expected growth and time-varying uncertainty (i.e., volatility) about future economic prospects drive asset prices. These two channels of economic risks can account for the risk premia and asset price fluctuations.
To ensure that the agent does care about the timing of the resolution of intertemporal risk, we assume the representative agent has the continuous-time analog of Epstein-Zin-Weil preferences.7 Using preferences of this type has recently become standard in asset pricing (e.g, the long-run risk literature initiated by Bansal and Yaron ).Cited by: Parameter uncertainty or, more broadly, model uncertainty seems highly relevant in many aspects of financial decision-making.
I explore the effects of such uncertainty on dynamic portfolio and consumption decisions, and on equilibrium asset prices. (). Capital asset prices: A theory of market equilibrium under conditions of risk, Nonmarketable assets and capital market equilibrium under uncertainty, ().
Stochastic consumption, risk aversion and the temporal behavior of asset returns.Recent financial studies often assume that agents have Epstein–Zin preferences—preferences that require agents to care about when uncertainty is resolved.
Under this “recursive-preference” framework, the preference for uncertainty resolution is entirely determined by an agent's preferences for risk and intertemporal by: * Capital is as Marx put it, ‘congealed’, time-dated labor, so there’s a subtle but fundamental problem in valuing the time taken for production, as the C19 critics of Marx pointed out.
The return to capital reappears in the relative prices of differently dated labor, and .