Market clearing and derivative pricing
RM Anderson, RC Raimondo
ECONOMIC THEORY | SPRINGER | Published : 2005
We develop a method of assigning unique prices to derivative securities, including options, in the continuous-time finance model developed in Raimondo (2001). In contrast with the martingale method of valuing options, which cannot distinguish among infinitely many possible option pricing processes for a given underlying securities price process when markets are dynamically incomplete, our option prices are uniquely determined in equilibrium in closed form as a function of the underlying economic data. © Springer-Verlag 2005.