Multiperiod pricing theory
Olufodun, Adetokunbo Lukuman (2021) Multiperiod pricing theory. PhD thesis, Birkbeck, University of London.

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Abstract
We extend the methodology proposed by Carr, Geman and Madan [11] for pricing and hedging in incomplete markets to more general probability spaces and prove a result, which shows the equivalence between the notion of the absence of strictly acceptable opportunities and the existence of a representative state pricing function. We also give examples of how to construct valuation test measures. We also extend the methodology to the discretetime setting with a finite time horizon. We specify a finite set of singleperiod probability measures at each nonterminating node of a tree, which are then used to generate a set of probability measures for the entire tree by pasting together these singleperiod measures across all the nodes. We define the concept of a strictly acceptable opportunity in this new framework and state a result, which gives the condition that guarantees the absence of strictly acceptable opportunities. We also consider a Lucastype pure exchange economy (see [37]) consisting of N infinitely longlived agents, who have access to the same information regarding the stochastic evolution of a process. However, these agents do not interpret the information in the same way. We work in a continuoustime model as discussed in Brown and Rogers [10]. Further, we assume that the agents have a homogeneous coefficient of relative risk aversion. We then give a characterisation of the equilibrium, which does not depend on any form of the utility function. Thereafter, we assume that each agent has a power utility function, and we obtain concrete results for the price of the traded asset. We also obtain an expression for the agent's wealth process and give the dynamics of the stateprice density and the asset price.
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Date Deposited:  18 Nov 2021 14:16 
Last Modified:  18 Nov 2021 14:16 
URI:  https://eprints.bbk.ac.uk/id/eprint/46759 
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