Universal hedging


The asset classes that Risk covers – the list you see under the magazine’s name on the cover – may soon need to be revamped. For 50 years, since Kenneth Arrow and Gerard Debreu proposed that optimal risk-sharing in an economy could be achieved through complete contingent claims markets, people have tried to develop hedging tools for illiquid assets such as houses and personal income, and for macroeconomic variables such as GDP and inflation. In recent months, these efforts have begun to bear

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