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They are: constant absolute risk aversion (CARA), decreasing absolute risk aversion (DARA), increasing absolute risk aversion (IARA), constant relative risk aversion(CRRA), decreasing relative risk aversion (DRRA), and increasing relative risk aversion (IRRA).
Blake (1996) and Levy (1994), for example, found evidence of decreasing relative risk aversion (DRRA), while Eisenhauer and Ventura (2003) reported increasing relative risk aversion (IRRA).
Other studies, such as those by Moran and Suarez , Bellante and Saba  and Riley and Chow , have found evidence of increasing relative risk aversion with age, but these studies did not examine how this relationship might differ by gender.
Since that time, numerous researchers have attempted to estimate the magnitude of relative risk aversion for subsets of the population using a variety of techniques, and others have conducted empirical tests of the increasing relative risk aversion (IRRA) hypothesis.