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    Title: 二因子實質消費資本資產訂價模型
    Other Titles: A Two-Factor Real Consumption CAPM
    Authors: Chang, Chun-Pin;Hsu, Yen-Shan
    Contributors: 財管系
    Keywords: 實質消費;共同基金定理;完全規避通膨風險債券資產
    Real Consumption;Mutual Fund Theorem;Inflation-indexed Securities
    Date: 2013-07
    Issue Date: 2015-09-15 14:52:06 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文以抗通膨資產做為實質投資人評價實質超額報酬的基礎,推導出二因子實質消費資本資產訂價模型,均衡模型中的二個因子分別是通膨風險因子與消費成長風險因子。實證結果顯示,二因子實質消費資本資產訂價模型可以解釋30.23% 橫斷面股票報酬之變異。在本文架構下,本文導出S+2共同基金定理,這些基金可能為(1) 完全規避通膨風險債券資產;(2) 市場投資組合;(3) S個有高度相關性的投資組合。
    This paper derives an inter-temporal asset pricing model in a real-term, continuous-time framework. When inflation-indexed securities are available, we are able to derive a two-factor asset pricing model in terms of consumption growth, and inflation rate change. Under the framework of this paper, we demonstrate that the theorem of S+2 funds separation applies. These funds may be chosen to be: (1) an instantaneously inflation-indexed bond, (2) a market portfolio, and (3) S portfolios having the highest correlations, respectively, with the S state variables.
    Relation: 經濟研究, 49(2), 297-356
    Data Type: article
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