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Dynamic Markov Bridges and Market Microstructure

Theory and Applications

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Dynamic Markov Bridges and Market Microstructure by Umut Cetin
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This book undertakes a detailed construction of Dynamic Markov Bridges using a combination of theory and real-world applications to drive home important concepts and methodologies. In Part I, theory is developed using tools from stochastic filtering, partial differential equations, Markov processes, and their interplay. Part II is devoted to the applications of the theory developed in Part I to asymmetric information models among financial agents, which include a strategic risk-neutral insider who possesses a private signal concerning the future value of the traded asset, non-strategic noise traders, and competitive risk-neutral market makers. A thorough analysis of optimality conditions for risk-neutral insiders is provided and the implications on equilibrium of non-Gaussian extensions are discussed. A Markov bridge, first considered by Paul Levy in the context of Brownian motion, is a mathematical system that undergoes changes in value from one state to another when the initial and final states are fixed. Markov bridges have many applications as stochastic models of real-world processes, especially within the areas of Economics and Finance. The construction of a Dynamic Markov Bridge, a useful extension of Markov bridge theory, addresses several important questions concerning how financial markets function, among them: how the presence of an insider trader impacts market efficiency; how insider trading on financial markets can be detected; how information assimilates in market prices; and the optimal pricing policy of a particular market maker. Principles in this book will appeal to probabilists, statisticians, economists, researchers, and graduate students interested in Markov bridges and market microstructure theory.

Author Biography

Umut Cetin is Professor of Statistics at the London School of Economics, where he is also Co-director of the Financial Mathematics and Statistics bachelor's program. His research interests include stochastic calculus, theory of martingales and Markov processes, linear and nonlinear filtering and market microstructure. He has published numerous papers in peer-reviewed journals, including Springer's Finance and Stochastics. Albina Danilova is Associate Professor of Mathematics at the London School of Economics (LSE). Her research interests span asymmetric information models, market microstructure, stochastic control, and equilibrium theory.
Release date Australia
October 26th, 2018
Country of Publication
United States
Edition
1st ed. 2018
Illustrations
XIV, 234 p.
Imprint
Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Pages
234
ISBN-13
9781493988334
Product ID
28248227

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