Production and the Real Rate of Interest: A Sample Path Equilibrium
University of New South Wales - Banking & Finance, Australian School of Business; Financial Research Network (FIRN)
European Finance Review, Vol. 6, pp. 247-275, 2002
This paper examines a multiperiod production economy where investors do not observe the realizations of productivity factors or security expected returns. Unlike previous work, which expresses the equilibrium conditions as functions of unobservable (to both real-world investors and empiricists) moments of the distributions of returns, we express the equilibrium real rate as a function of the observable sample paths of realizations of returns. We provide a framework for empirically testing this and other asset pricing models without outside-the-model econometric assumptions needed for producing the unobservable moments of returns. We construct versions of the restrictions for any time interval between observations.
Keywords: incomplete information, equilibrium interest rates, asset pricing, sample path equilibrium
JEL Classification: E43, G12, D92, D80, D51Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: January 13, 2002
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