The Case for Incomplete Markets
Viktor Tsyrennikov (),
Timothy Cogley (),
Thomas Sargent (),
David Easley and
Lawrence Blume ()
No 1098, 2014 Meeting Papers from Society for Economic Dynamics
We propose a new welfare criterion that allows us to rank different financial market structures in the presence of belief heterogeneity. We analyze economies with complete and incomplete financial markets and/or restricted trading possibilities in the form of borrowing limits or transaction costs. We describe circumstances under which some restrictions on financial markets are desirable according to our welfare criterion.
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