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Existence of Arrow-Debreu Equilibrium with Generalized Stochastic Differential Utility

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  • Beißner, Patrick

    (Center for Mathematical Economics, Bielefeld University)

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This paper establishes, in the setting of Brownian information, a general equilibrium existence result under a stochastic differential for- mulation of intertemporal recursive utility. The present class of utility functionals is generated by a backward stochastic differential equation and incorporates preference for the local risk of the stochastic utility process. The setting contains models in which Knightian uncertainty is repre- sented in the subjective and objective sense.

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  • Beißner, Patrick, 2015. "Existence of Arrow-Debreu Equilibrium with Generalized Stochastic Differential Utility," Center for Mathematical Economics Working Papers 447, Center for Mathematical Economics, Bielefeld University.
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    1. Beißner, Patrick, 2016. "Radner Equilibria under Ambiguous Volatility," Center for Mathematical Economics Working Papers 493, Center for Mathematical Economics, Bielefeld University.

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    BSDE; GSDU; super-gradients; properness; general equilibrium; Knightian uncertainty;

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