2 edition of Goal programming and its application to portfolio selection problems found in the catalog.
Goal programming and its application to portfolio selection problems
by University ofPortsmouth, School of Mathematical Studies in Portsmouth
Written in English
Thesis (M.Phil.) - University of Portsmouth, 1995.
This book is devoted to recent developments and applications of multiple criteria decision aid tools in the field of finance, insurance and investment. It illustrates recent methods and procedures designed to solve problems related to finance, insurance and portfolio selection formulated through a. ways to solve this task is polynomial goal programming method. An important feature of polynomial goal programming problem is the existence of optimal solution since feasible solution always exists. The other important features of this method are its flexibility of incorporating investor preferences and its simplicity of computational requirements.
A portfolio is a collection of projects and programs that are managed as a group to achieve strategic objectives. An organization may have one portfolio, which would then consist of all projects, programs, and operational work within the company. It may also establish several portfolios for project selection and ongoing investment : Shayna Joubert. Multi-choice goal programming. Abstract. Project portfolio selection is an important problem for having an e cient and e ective project management. This paper proposes a new framework to identify the optimal project portfolio. First, the in uencing criteria are Cited by: 2.
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Abstract. Goal Programming (GP) is the most widely used approach in the field of multiple criteria decision making that enables the decision maker to incorporate numerous variations of constraints and goals, particularly in the field of Portfolio Selection (PS).Cited by: Goal Programming is perhaps the most widely-used approach in the field of multiple criteria decision-making that enables the decision maker to incorporate numerous variations of constraints and goals.
The original portfolio selection problem, with risk and return optimisation, can be viewed as a case of Goal Programming with two : Rania Ahmed Azmi. Over the last decades, the Goal Programming (GP) model has been applied to financial portfolio management and/or selection problem in decision-making contexts where several conflicting and.
This book provides both practitioners and academics with a scientific approach to portfolio selection using Goal Programming, an approach which is capable as far as is possible of achieving a required set of preferences deemed appropriate by a decision maker. The earliest goal programming application example in financial management is by Chames et al.
in the area ofbudgeting. They used the goal programming formulation to show the balance sheet extension ofbreak-even analysis. Lin () extended that analysis to an example oftwo products, with contribution margin and sates as the two Size: KB. The aim of this paper is to investigate the application of Goal Programming (GP) to portfolio evaluation and selection.
The shares analysed are those in the British FTSE index. A two stage model is proposed. The first stage predicts the sensitivity of the shares to specific factors using GP and regression by: Goal Programming, its Application in Management objective problems.
Goal programming is one of the model which have been developed to deal with the multiple objectives decision-making problems. This model allows taking into account simultaneously many objectives while the decision- making is seeking the best solution from among a set of.
Buy Multiobjective Programming and Goal Programming: and applications to real world problems such as engineering design, water distribution systems and portfolio selection. The book is based on the papers of the seventh international conference on multiple objective programming and goal programming (MOPGP06).
1/5(1). This paper proposes a robust optimization model for the portfolio selection problem that uses a goal programming (GP) approach. In GP, decision makers can achieve more than one objective function. Some uncertain coefficients exist in both single and multi-objective models of the portfolio selection problem, which affects the feasibility and Cited by: Goal Programming models to incorporate several factors for global portfolio selection and analysis.
This book is thus intended to contribute to the theory of portfolio selection by using Goal Programming and its variants. In particular, it aims at providing the.
Practical Goal Programming is intended to allow academics and practitioners to be able to build effective goal programming models, to detail the current state of the art, and to lay the foundation for its future development and continued application to new and varied fields.
Suitable as both a text and reference, its nine chapters first provide a brief history, fundamental definitions, and. Portfolio selection is a usual multiobjective problem. This paper will try to deal with the optimum portfolio for a private investor, taking into account three criteria: return, risk and liquidity.
These objectives, in general, are not crisp from the point of view of Cited by: Goal programming is a branch of multiobjective optimization, which in turn is a branch of multi-criteria decision analysis (MCDA). It can be thought of as an extension or generalisation of linear programming to handle multiple, normally conflicting objective measures.
Each of these measures is given a goal or target value to be achieved. This paper presents a recourse goal programming approach to a multiple objective stochastic programming portfolio selection model. The main assumption.
Mean-Variance (M-V) Model of portfolio selection by Markowitz , , and Sharpe , , there exists an extensive literature on Portfolio Selection Theory and its application.
In this section, we cover selected articles covering solutions and techinques, such as Multi-Objective and Goal Programming , and some of the. Nonlinear Programming Problems and gi(x1,x2,xn) = Xn j=1 Portfolio Selection An investor has $ and two potential investments.
(1 −x) =0 and the constraint x integer as sin (πx) =0. Consequently, in theory any application of integer programming can be modeled as a nonlinear program. We should not be overly optimistic File Size: 1MB. Framing the portfolio selection process as a linear optimization problem also makes it feasible to constrain certain decision variables to be integer, orvalued; this feature facilitates the use of more complex decision-making models, including models with fixed transaction charges and models with Boolean-type constraints on by: for solving multi-dimensional financial portfolio selection problem.
The proposed model is linear with good computational efficiency. The linear feature of this model is considered an important advantage when complex constraints such as tax are added to problem structure. Goal programming model for investment portfolio.
The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate that a portfolio optimization model using the L 1 risk (mean absolute deviation risk) function can remove most of the difficulties associated with the classical Markowitz's model while maintaining its advantages over equilibrium models.
In particular, the L 1 risk model leads to a linear program instead of a quadratic program, so that Cited by: Praise for Robust Portfolio Optimization and Management In the half century since Harry Markowitz introduced his elegant theory for selecting portfolios, investors and scholars have extended and refined its application to a wide range of real-world problems, culminating in the contents of this masterful book.
Fabozzi, Kolm, Pachamanova, and Focardi deserve high. Goal Programming Applications in Accounting 74 Goal Programming Applications in Agriculture 76 Goal Programming Applications in Economics 78 Goal Programming Applications in Engineering 79 Goal Programming Applications in Finance 80 Goal Programming Applications in Government 83 Goal Programming Applications in an International Context 88 Goal 5/5(1).Portfolio selection models Modern portfolio selection theory usually deals with two opposite concepts: risk aversion and maximization of returns.
The main point of the modelling of this problem is how the risk and assets proﬁtability are deﬁned and measured. Classic models consider an asset return as a random variable and itsCited by: 3.Application of multi criteria goal programming approach Linear Programming.
 It is important to highlight that it was not presented as a unique method, but only as an extension to general linear programming approach and suggested to use for solving unsolvable linear programming Size: KB.