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March 1985 - Volume 53 Issue 2 Page 363 - 384


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An Intertemporal General Equilibrium Model of Asset Prices

John C. Cox
Jonathan E. Ingersoll, Jr.
Stephen A. Ross

Abstract

This paper develops a continuous time general equilibrium model of a simple but complete economy and uses it to examine the behavior of asset prices. In this model, asset prices and their stochastic properties are determined endogenously. One principal result is a partial differential equation which asset prices must satisfy. The solution of this equation gives the equilibrium price of any asset in terms of the underlying real variables in the economy.

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