Conditional Certainty Equivalent
AbstractIn a dynamic framework, we study the conditional version of the classical notion of certainty equivalent when the preferences are described by a stochastic dynamic utility u(x,t,ω). We introduce an appropriate mathematical setting, namely Orlicz spaces determined by the underlying preferences and thus provide a systematic method to go beyond the case of bounded random variables. Finally we prove a conditional version of the dual representation which is a crucial prerequisite for discussing the dynamics of certainty equivalents.
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