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A Remark on the Structure of Expectiles


  • Freddy Delbaen


Expectiles were defined using a minimisation principle. They form a special class of coherent risk measures. We will describe the scenario set and we will show that there is a most severe commonotonic risk measure that is smaller than the given expectile.

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  • Freddy Delbaen, 2013. "A Remark on the Structure of Expectiles," Papers 1307.5881,
  • Handle: RePEc:arx:papers:1307.5881

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