Exploring Bi-Criteria versus Multi-Dimensional Lower Partial Moment Portfolio Models
AbstractThis contribution explores how multi-dimensional lower partial moment portfolio models are different from their bi-criteria counterparts. In particular, the mean semivariance and semi-skewness model that seems little used in practice is contrasted to the rather popular mean semi-variance and mean semi-skewness models. The difference between these models is illustrated via a geometric reconstruction of the multidimensional efficient portfolio choice set.
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Date of creation: Sep 2009
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lower partial moments; efficient frontier; mean-variance-skewness efficiency; semi-variance; semi-skewness;
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