Peter Diesinger

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This paper analyzes the portfolio decision of an investor facing the threat of illiquidity. In a continuous-time setting, the efficiency loss due to illiquidity is addressed and quantified. For a logarithmic investor, we solve the portfolio problem explicitly. We show that the efficiency loss for a logarithmic investor with 30 years until the investment(More)
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