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Reviews previous research on the nature of beta and investigates the stochastic structure of time‐varying beta in Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore using the bi‐variate GARCH‐in‐mean model and fractional tests. Develops mathematical models and applies them to 1989‐1998 daily data from all three...
Refers to previous research on the empirical testing of continuous time, two factor short rate interest models by Chan, Karolyi, Longstaff and Sanders (1992), Vasicek (1997) and Cox, Ingersoll and Ross (1985); and the Nowman (1997, 2000) Gaussian estimation approach. Applies these ideas to...
Gives and overview of the East Asian financial crisis, focusing on the seven countries most directly involved, and the underlying reasons for its magnitude. Examines the 1991‐1999 economic growth rates, inflation rates and current account positions in the area and asserts that the deterioration...
Outlines recent research on short term interest rate models and applies Baron‐Adesi et al’s (1999) Box method to value default free bonds and contingent claims. Uses Episcopo’s (1999) historical interbank estimates of the Chan, Karolyi, Longstaff and Sanders (1992) model for Australia, Belgium,...
Outlines previous research on cointegration between capital markets and assesses the degree of cointegration between liberalized Eastern European markets (the Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary) and the German and UK markets in the context of increasing foreign investment in Eastern Europe. Uses...
Outlines research on the factors which reduce stock market efficiency and the particular characteristics of the Athens stock exchange (Greece). Uses 1988‐1994 Greek monthly returns data for share actively traded during the period to test for random walk behaviour in share prices. Explains the...
Illustrates the impact of major events on UK share prices/returns in the last 35 years and the time series trends of Asian stock markets. Looks at the impact of the 1997 Asian crisis on Asian financial markets from the US investor’s point of view, comparing 1994‐1999 data for the “tiger markets”...
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