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The Impact of Idiosyncratic Uncertainty When Investment Opportunities Are Endogenous

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  • Junghoon Lee
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    This paper develops a general equilibrium model to study the impact of aggregate fluctuations in idiosyncratic volatility that incorporates the endogenous determination of investment opportunities. By making investment options more valuable, an increase in volatility encourages the creation of new investment options as well as discourages the exercise of existing ones. If potential entrants are allowed to invest in new idiosyncratic technologies, thereby acquiring options for further investment, the volatility shock increases overall investment and results in an economic boom.

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    Paper provided by Department of Economics, Emory University (Atlanta) in its series Emory Economics with number 1312.

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    Date of creation: Dec 2013
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    Handle: RePEc:emo:wp2003:1312

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