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Decreasing higher-order absolute risk aversion and higher-degree stochastic dominance

Bibliographic reference Denuit, Michel ; Liu, Liqun. Decreasing higher-order absolute risk aversion and higher-degree stochastic dominance. In: Theory and Decision : an international journal for multidisciplinary advances in decision sciences, Vol. 76, no. 2, p. 287-295 (2014)
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