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Asset Prices and Capital Share Risks: Theory and Evidence

Byrne, Joseph P and Ibrahim, Boulis Maher and Zong, Xiaoyu (2020): Asset Prices and Capital Share Risks: Theory and Evidence.

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An asset pricing model using long-run capital share growth risk has recently been found to successfully explain U.S. stock returns. Our paper adopts a recursive preference utility framework to derive an heterogeneous asset pricing model with capital share risks.While modeling capital share risks, we account for the elevated consumption volatility of high income stockholders. Capital risks have strong volatility effects in our recursive asset pricing model. Empirical evidence is presented in which capital share growth is also a source of risk for stock return volatility. We uncover contrasting unconditional and conditional asset pricing evidence for capital share risks.

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