Computational Determination of Coherence of Financial Risk Measure as a Lower Prevision of Imprecise Probability
Achath, Sudhakar 1955-
This study is about developing some further ideas in imprecise probability models of financial risk measures. A financial risk measure has been interpreted as an upper prevision of imprecise probability, which through the conjugacy relationship can be seen as a lower prevision. The risk measures selected in the study are value-at-risk (VaR) and conditional value-at-risk (CVaR). The notion of coherence of risk measures is explained. Stocks that are traded in the financial markets (the risky assets) are seen as the gambles. The study makes a determination through computation from actual assets data whether the risk measure assessments of gambles (assets) are coherent as an imprecise probability. It is observed that coherence of assessments depends on the asset's returns distribution characteristic.
DegreeMaster of Science (M.Sc.)
DepartmentMathematics and Statistics
CommitteeSamei, Ebrahim; Li, Longhai; Wilson, Craig
Copyright DateOctober 2017
Imprecise Probability, Lower Prevision, Risk Measure, Coherence