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### On the structure of general . . .

, 2007

"... We provide a new characterization of mean-variance hedging strategies in a general semimartingale market. The key point is the introduction of a new probability measure P ⋆ which turns the dynamic asset allocation problem into a myopic one. The minimal martingale measure relative to P ⋆ coincides wi ..."

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We provide a new characterization of mean-variance hedging strategies in a general semimartingale market. The key point is the introduction of a new probability measure P ⋆ which turns the dynamic asset allocation problem into a myopic one. The minimal martingale measure relative to P ⋆ coincides with the variance-optimal martingale measure relative to the original probability measure P.

### CONSTRAINED MARKETS: TIME CONSISTENCY IN EFFICIENCY AND MINIMUM-VARIANCE SIGNED SUPERMARTINGALE MEASURE

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### and shortfall

"... Abstract We focus on, throughout this paper, convex risk measures defined on Orlicz spaces. In particular, we investigate basic properties of inf-convolutions defined between a convex risk measure and a convex set, and between two convex risk measures. Moreover, we study shortfall risk measures, whi ..."

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Abstract We focus on, throughout this paper, convex risk measures defined on Orlicz spaces. In particular, we investigate basic properties of inf-convolutions defined between a convex risk measure and a convex set, and between two convex risk measures. Moreover, we study shortfall risk measures, which are convex risk measures induced by the shortfall risk. By using results on inf-convolutions, we obtain a robust representation result for shortfall risk measures defined on Orlicz spaces under the assumption that the set of hedging strategies has the sequential compactness in a weak sense. We discuss in addition a construction of an example having the sequential compactness.