Optimal consumption choice with intolerance for declining standard of living

Riedel F (2009)
Journal of Mathematical Economics 45(7-8): 449-464.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
We reconsider the optimal consumption choice of investors who do not tolerate any decline in their consumption rate. We connect the demand behavior of such agents to the behavior of standard time-additive agents. With consumption ratcheting, the investor demands the running maximum of the optimal plan a conventional time-additive investor with lower initial wealth would choose. The analysis is carried out for Levy processes, in particular for jump-diffusions. We obtain explicit solutions for all Bernoulli utility functions, not only those of CRRA type. (C) 2009 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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Journal of Mathematical Economics
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45
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7-8
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449-464
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Riedel F. Optimal consumption choice with intolerance for declining standard of living. Journal of Mathematical Economics. 2009;45(7-8):449-464.
Riedel, F. (2009). Optimal consumption choice with intolerance for declining standard of living. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 45(7-8), 449-464. doi:10.1016/j.jmateco.2009.03.010
Riedel, F. (2009). Optimal consumption choice with intolerance for declining standard of living. Journal of Mathematical Economics 45, 449-464.
Riedel, F., 2009. Optimal consumption choice with intolerance for declining standard of living. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 45(7-8), p 449-464.
F. Riedel, “Optimal consumption choice with intolerance for declining standard of living”, Journal of Mathematical Economics, vol. 45, 2009, pp. 449-464.
Riedel, F.: Optimal consumption choice with intolerance for declining standard of living. Journal of Mathematical Economics. 45, 449-464 (2009).
Riedel, Frank. “Optimal consumption choice with intolerance for declining standard of living”. Journal of Mathematical Economics 45.7-8 (2009): 449-464.