Risk Aversion and Portfolio Choice
by Donald D. Hester, James Tobin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons 1967
Number of pages: 190
The seven essays in the monograph 'Risk Aversion and Portfolio Choice' have both normative applications, as pieces of advice to investors, and positive implications, as descriptions of the economy. They are partly theoretical and partly empirical.
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