Uncertainty and absence of arbitrage opportunity
It is shown that absence of arbitrage opportunity in financial markets is a particular case of existence of uncertainty in decision system. Absence of arbitrage opportunity is considered in the sense of the Arrow-Debreu model of financial market with a riskless asset, while uncertainty (or ambiguity) is defined on the basis of the principle of internal coherence of M. Allais.
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- Kerry Back, 2010. "Martingale Pricing," Annual Review of Financial Economics, Annual Reviews, vol. 2(1), pages 235-250, December.
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