Hedging Diffusion Processes by Local Risk-Minimisation with Applications to Index Tracking
AbstractThe solution to the problem of hedging contingent claims by local risk-minimisation has been considered in detail in Follmer and Sondermann (1986), Follmer and Schweizer (1991) and Schweizer (1991). However, given a stochastic process Xt and tau1
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minimal martingale measure; local risk-minimisation; hedging; incomplete market; index tracking; portfolio selection;
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- Colwell, David & El-Hassan, Nadima & Kang Kwon, Oh, 2007. "Hedging diffusion processes by local risk minimization with applications to index tracking," Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Elsevier, vol. 31(7), pages 2135-2151, July.
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