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We then treat various topics in more depth. You can help correct errors and omissions. This book introduces a structural theory to evaluate these asset pricing models and throws light on the existence of Equity Premium Puzzle. This has a very important implication leading to practical guidance in portfolio management and asset allocation in the global financial industry. During the past half century, there appeared several methodologies to solve this problem. The paper concludes with some thoughts on the future of the interface between neural networks and statistics.

This book introduces a structural theory to evaluate these asset pricing models and throws light on the existence of Equity Premium Puzzle. Potential important applications in science, technology, economics and other areas are presented. This has a very important implication leading to practical guidance in portfolio management and asset allocation in the global financial industry. The analysis of time series data has for many years been a central component of statistical research and practice. The second methodology is based on the so-called First Theorem in Finance due to Ross in 1976. The book also covers topics, such as the role of over-confidence in asset pricing modeling, relationship of the portfolio insurance with option and consumption-based asset pricing models, etc. As a by-product, we provide a theoretical justification of the final prediction error approach of Auestad and Tjostheim.

Throughout, points of contact with mainstream statistical methodology are highlighted. You can help adding them by using. To update listings or check citations waiting for approval, Howell Tong should log into the. Chapters are all written by leading experts in their areas. Based on the structural theory, some algebraic valuation-preserving operations are developed in asset spaces and pricing kernel spaces.

The book also covers topics, such as the role of over-confidence in asset pricing modeling, relationship of the portfolio insurance with option and consumption-based asset pricing models, etc. The book also covers topics, such as the role of over-confidence in asset pricing modeling, relationship of the portfolio insurance with option and consumption-based asset pricing models, etc. Modern asset pricing models play a central role in finance and economic theory and applications. I am also only too conscious of the infancy of the methodology introduced in these notes. The book also covers topics, such as the role of over-confidence in asset pricing modeling, relationship of the portfolio insurance with option and consumption-based asset pricing models, etc. This book introduces a structural theory to evaluate these asset pricing models and throws light on the existence of Equity Premium Puzzle.

In recent years, people even started talking about pricing an idea as an intangible asset! This book introduces a structural theory to evaluate these asset pricing models and throws light on the existence of Equity Premium Puzzle. This book introduces a structural theory to evaluate these asset pricing models and throws light on the existence of Equity Premium Puzzle. Modern asset pricing models play a central role in finance and economic theory and applications. Smoothed nonparametric density estimates can be useful in analysing nonlinear time series. The issue is unresolved to-date. Book Description World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd, Singapore, 2008.

However, fractional Brownian motion is defined in a one-dimensional framework and it is very difficult to generalize it to high dimensions. This has a very important implication leading to practical guidance in portfolio management and asset allocation in the global financial industry. General contact details of provider:. It links the asset pricing problem with the dynamical macro-economic theory. Based on the structural theory, some algebraic valuation-preserving operations are developed in asset spaces and pricing kernel spaces. This volume should serve as a bridge between statisticians and dynamicists. Some illustrations based on the Henon map and several real data sets are given.

Asset Pricing:A Structural Theory and Its Applications Bing Cheng and Additional contact information Bing Cheng: Chinese Academy of Science, China in from Abstract: Modern asset pricing models play a central role in finance and economic theory and applications. However, it is challenged by the well-known equity premium puzzle as pointed out by Mehra and Prescott in 1985. Setting the stochastic models within the framework of non-linear autoregression, we introduce the notion of a generalized partial autocorrelation and an order. For statisticians working within the traditional statistical framework, the task of critically assimilating randomness generated by a purely de terministic system, often known as chaos, is an intellectual challenge. An asymptotic positive bias is obtained. We have no references for this item. In the last two years or so, I was most fortunate in being given opportunities of lecturing on a new methodology to a variety of audiences in Britain, China, Finland, France and Spain.

To make corrections to the bibliographic information of a particular item, find the technical contact on the abstract page of that item. This book introduces a structural theory to evaluate these asset pricing models and throws light on the existence of Equity Premium Puzzle. This has a very important implication leading to practical guidance in portfolio management and asset allocation in the global financial industry. In recent years, people even started talking about pricing an idea as an intangible asset! We argue that it is often natural to determine the embedding dimension in a noisy environment first in any systematic study of chaos. This book introduces a structural theory to evaluate these asset pricing models and throws light on the existence of Equity Premium Puzzle.

This has a very important implication leading to practical guidance in portfolio management and asset allocation in the global financial industry. The book also covers topics, such as the role of over-confidence in asset pricing modeling, relationship of the portfolio insurance with option and consumption-based asset pricing models, etc. This book introduces a structural theory to evaluate these asset pricing models and throws light on the existence of Equity Premium Puzzle. It covers many of the contributions made by the statisticians in the past twenty years or so towards our understanding of estimation, the Lyapunov-like index, the nonparametric regression, and many others, many of which are motivated by their dynamical system counterparts but have now acquired a distinct statistical flavor. Modern asset pricing models play a central role in finance and economic theory and applications.