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This study examines saving with general Selden/Kreps–Porteus preferences. It shows that lattice-based monotone comparative statics can be used to weaken the existing sufficient conditions in a two-period model with Kreps–Porteus preferences for prudence and for a definitive relationship between risk aversion and the strength of the saving motive. The effects of a change in risk and a change in initial wealth are also examined.
Bibliographical noteThe research described here was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China with Grant Numbers 71401074 and 71461009; General Research Fund of the Hong Kong Research Grants Council under Research Project No. LU13500814; the Faculty Research Grant of Lingnan University under Research Project No. DB15A2 and No. DB16A1.
- Monotone comparative statics
- Selden/Kreps–Porteus preferences
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Explain Two Puzzles in Macro-Finance by Higher-Order Risk Attitudes and Background Risks (運用高階風險規避和背景風險的方法研究兩個宏觀金融之謎)
LI, J., DIONNE, G. & OKOU, C.
1/01/15 → 31/12/16
Project: Grant Research