Control problems with recursive multiple-priors utility (RMPU) are highly non-linear so that RMPU asset prices have been studied in very simple exchange economies only. We identify a continuous-time exchange equilibrium with locally-constrained entropy RMPU (LCE-RMPU) that is tractable even in the presence of a stochastic opportunity set and incomplete markets. We find that time variation in the LCE-based ambiguity set is able to capture important features of consumption and asset markets data.
- Asset pricing
- General equilibrium
- Locally constrained entropy
- Model misspecification
- Recursive multiple-priors utility