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Lin, Qian
Riedel, Frank
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Center for Mathematical Economics Working Papers 497
We consider optimal consumption and portfolio choice in the presence of Knightian uncertainty in continuous-time. We embed the problem into the new framework of stochastic calculus for such settings, dealing in particular with the issue of non-equivalent multiple priors. We solve the problem completely by identifying the worst-case measure. Our setup also allows to consider interest rate uncertainty; we show that under some robust parameter constellations, the investor optimally puts all his wealth into the asset market, and does not save or borrow at all.
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