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Asset Returns and Intertemporal Preferences


Shmuel Kandel (deceased)


Deceased

Robert F. Stambaugh


University of Pennsylvania - The Wharton School; National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)

February 1991

NBER Working Paper No. w3633

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A representative-agent model with time-varying moments of consumption growth is used to analyze implications about means and volatilities of asset returns as well as the predictability of asset returns for various investment horizons. A comparative-statics analysis using non-expected-utility preferences indicates that, although risk aversion is important in determining the means of both equity returns and interest rates, implications about the volatility and the predictability of equity returns are affected primarily by intertemporal substitution. Lower elasticities of intertemporal substitution are associated with greater variance in the temporary component of equity prices.

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Kandel (deceased), Shmuel and Stambaugh, Robert F., Asset Returns and Intertemporal Preferences (February 1991). NBER Working Paper No. w3633. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=481465

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Shmuel Kandel (deceased)
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