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The blunt tools that are often used for handling uncertainty can have adverse 45 effects. We illustrate this by examining the consequences of price ceilings and floors. For example, price supports promote investment by reducing the downside risk. However, the resulting rightward shift of the industry supply function implies lower prices in good times. Averaging over good times and bad, we find that the overall result is a lower long-run average price. In other words, the policy is harming the very group it sets out to help.
Fourth, we will see that investment on a smaller scale, by increasing future flexibility, may have a value that offsets to some degree the advantage that a larger investment may enjoy due to economies of scale. B Some Mathematical Tools In reality, investment projects can have different windows of opportunity, and various aspects of the future can be uncertain in different ways. Therefore the simple two-period examples of chapter 2 must be generalized greatly before they can be applied. chapters 3 and 4 develop the mathematical tools that are needed for such a generalization.
First, the example shows that the opportunity cost of the option to invest is a significant component of the firm’s investment decision. The option value increases with the sunk cost of the investment and with the degree of uncertainty over the future price, the downside component of the risk being the most important aspect. These results are confirmed in more general models in chapters 5–7. Second, we will see that the option value is not affected if the firm is able to hedge the risk by trading in forward or futures markets.