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Measuring Global Systemic Risk: What Are Markets Saying About Risk?

Systemic market events arise with increasing frequency in our complex, adaptive and highly interconnected markets.

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The Low-Volatility Anomaly: Market Evidence on Systemic Risk vs. Mispricing

Researchers have demonstrated a long-term connection between future stock returns and various measures of prior stock price variability.

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Lessons From Financial Economics

There is disagreement among financial economists about the meaning of efficiency, how to test for it and what the results of these tests mean.

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Macro to Micro: Country Exposures, Firm Fundamentals and Stock Returns

In an increasingly interconnected global system of economic and financial markets, understanding the macroeconomic landscape is important.

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Do Asset Fire Sales Exist?

Financially distressed airlines can enter a vicious cycle when circumstances compel them to liquidate their fleets in the midst of an industry slump.

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Sources of Change and Risk for Hedge Funds

Hedge funds are becoming much more institutionalized.

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Taming Global Village Risk

Asset price bubbles have been part of modern capital markets since those markets first evolved some 300 years ago.

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Taming Global Village Risk II: Understanding and Mitigating Bubbles

Asset bubbles and their subsequent bursts are nothing new.

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Triggering the 1987 Stock Market Crash

On Wednesday, October 14, 1987, the U.S. stock market began the most extreme one-week decline in its history, culminating in the crash on Monday, October 19, when the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 508 points (22.6%).

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Asset Reliability and Security Prices Evidence From Credit Markets

This paper explores the relation between the reliability of an enterprise’s accounting and its security prices.