From the Minimal Entropy Martingale Measures to the Optimal Strategies for the Exponential Utility Maximization: the Case of Geometric Lévy Processes
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KeywordsExponential utility; geometric Lévy process; (local) martingale measure; separating measure; minimal entropy martingale measure; optimal strategy;
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