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|Title:||The role of information in multi-period risk measurement|
|Date of Acceptance:||24.07.2009|
Stochastic Programming E-Print Series |
|Editors:||Julie L. Higle; Werner Römisch; Surrajeet Sen|
|Complete Preprint:||pdf (urn:nbn:de:kobv:11-10099794)|
|Keywords (eng):||risk functional, acceptability functional, multi-period, conditional risk mapping, average value-at-risk, dual representation, information monotonicity|
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|Multi-period risk functionals assign a risk value to a discrete-time stochastic process $Y = (Y_1 , . . . , Y_T )$. While convexity and monotonicity properties extend in a natural way from the single-period case and several types of translation properties may be deﬁned, the role of information becomes crucial in the multi-period situation. In this paper, we deﬁne multi-period functionals in a generic way, such that the available information (expressed as a ﬁltration) enters explicitly the deﬁnition of the functional. This allows to study the information monotonicity property, which comes as the counterpart of value monotonicity. We discuss several ways of constructing concrete and computable functionals out of conditional risk mappings and single-period risk functionals. Some of them appear as value functions of multistage stochastic programs, where the ﬁltration appears in the non-anticipativity constraint. This approach leads in a natural way to information monotonicity. The subclass of polyhedral multi-period risk functionals becomes important for their employment in practical dynamic decision making and risk management. On the other hand, several functionals described in literature are not information-monotone, which limits their practical use.|
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