Estimating ambiguity preferences and perceptions in multiple prior models: Evidence from the field

Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, December 2015, Volume 51, Issue 3, pp 219–244

Author(s):

Stephen G. Dimmock

Nanyang Technological University - Nanyang Business School

Roy Kouwenberg

College of Management - Mahidol University

Olivia S. Mitchell

The Wharton School - University of Pennsylvania

Kim Peijnenburg, PhD

EDHEC Business School

Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, December 2015, Volume 51, Issue 3, pp 219–244

Type: Academic publication
Date: le 01/12/2015
Research Cluster : Finance
Source : Journal of Risk and Uncertainty

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