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Leverage and Risk 4. Challenges to Implementation 7. Workers with restricted access to financial markets are insured by firms and the consumption and preferences of firm owners solely determine the pricing kernel.
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First, we show that operating leverage, originating in the priority status of wage claims given the observed business cycle characteristics of the latter, magnifies the risk properties of the residual payments to firm owners and justifies a substantial risk premium. This is accomplished in a world of low risk aversion and standard utility function but with agent heterogeneity.
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