Asset pricing under information-processing constraints
This paper studies the implications of rational inattention (RI) for asset pricing in a LQ-PIH model. We find that RI increases the size of risk adjustment to asset prices and expected excess returns, which helps resolve extant asset pricing puzzles.
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