Long-Run Risk through Consumption Smoothing


We examine how long-run consumption risk arises endogenously in a standard production economy model where the representative agent has Epstein-Zin preferences. We show that even when technology growth is i.i.d., optimal consumption smoothing induces long run risk highly persistent variation in expected consumption growth. As a consequence, the model can… (More)


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