Starting with the seminal paper of Gilboa and Schmeidler (1989) an analogy between the maxmin approach of decision theory under Ambiguity and the minimax approach of Robust Statistics – e.g., Blum and Rosenblatt (1967) – has been hinted at. The present paper formally clari…fies this relation by showing the conditions under which the two approaches are actually equivalent.

Ambiguity and robust statistics

Cerreia-Vioglio, Simone;Maccheroni, Fabio;Marinacci, Massimo;Montrucchio, Luigi
2013

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Starting with the seminal paper of Gilboa and Schmeidler (1989) an analogy between the maxmin approach of decision theory under Ambiguity and the minimax approach of Robust Statistics – e.g., Blum and Rosenblatt (1967) – has been hinted at. The present paper formally clari…fies this relation by showing the conditions under which the two approaches are actually equivalent.
2013
Cerreia-Vioglio, Simone; Maccheroni, Fabio; Marinacci, Massimo; Montrucchio, Luigi
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