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3.1 Introduction 3.2 Choosing Among Risky Prospects:Preliminaries 3.3 A Prerequisite: Choice Theory Under Certainty 3.4 Choice Theory Under Uncertainty: An Introduction 3.5 Allais Paradox 3.6 Prospect Theory 3.7 Key concepts and ideas Intermediate Financial Theory Chapter III. Making Choice in Risky Situations July 11, 2006 Intermediate Financial Theory
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3.1 Introduction 3.2 Choosing Among Risky Prospects:Preliminaries 3.3 A Prerequisite: Choice Theory Under Certainty 3.4 Choice Theory Under Uncertainty: An Introduction 3.5 Allais Paradox 3.6 Prospect Theory 3.7 Key concepts and ideas 3.2 Choosing Among Risky Prospects:Preliminaries A future risky cash flow is modelled as a random variable State-by-state dominance =>incomplete ranking « riskier » Table 3.1: Asset Payoffs ($) Cost at t = 0 Value at t = 1 π 1 = π 2 = 1 / 2 θ = 1 θ = 2 Investment 1 -1,000 1,050 1,200 Investment 2 -1,000 500 1,600 Investment 3 -1,000 1,050 1,600 Intermediate Financial Theory
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3.1 Introduction 3.2 Choosing Among Risky Prospects:Preliminaries 3.3 A Prerequisite: Choice Theory Under Certainty 3.4 Choice Theory Under Uncertainty: An Introduction 3.5 Allais Paradox 3.6 Prospect Theory 3.7 Key concepts and ideas Table 3.2: State Contingent ROR ( r ) θ = 1 θ = 2 Investment 1 5% 20% Investment 2 -50% 60% Investment 3 5% 60% Er 1 = 12.5% ; σ 2 1 = 1 2 (5 – 12.5) 2 + 1 2 (20 - 12.5) 2 = (7.5) 2 , or σ 1 = 7.5% Er 2 = 5% ; σ 2 = 55% (similar calculation) Er 3 = 32.5% ; σ 3 = 27.5% Investment 1 mean-variance dominates 2 Investment 3 does not m-v dominate 1! Intermediate Financial Theory
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3.1 Introduction 3.2 Choosing Among Risky Prospects:Preliminaries 3.3 A Prerequisite: Choice Theory Under Certainty 3.4 Choice Theory Under Uncertainty: An Introduction 3.5 Allais Paradox 3.6 Prospect Theory 3.7 Key concepts and ideas Table 3.3: State-Contingent Rates of Return θ = 1 θ = 2 Investment 4 3% 5% Investment 5 2% 8% π 1 = π 2 = 1 / 2 ER 4
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