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Volume 77 Issue 2 (August 2009) journal issue

  • Published Date: Aug 01, 2009

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Volume 53 Issue 2 (June 2011) journal issue

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Volume 59 Issue 3‐4 (April ‐ June 2012) journal issue

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Volume 76 Issue 2 (August 2008) journal issue

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157-328

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A Rational Expectations Consistent Measure of Risk: Using... journal article

  • Journal: Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
  • Authors: Johannes Fedderke, Neryvia Pillay
  • Published Date: Sep 21, 2010

Abstract Although economic theory assumes that risk is of central importance in financial decision making, it is difficult to measure the uncertainty faced by investors. Commonly used empirical proxies for risk (such as the moving standard deviation of the returns on an asset) are not firmly grounded in economic theory. Risk measures have been developed by other studies, but these are often based on subjective weights attaching to a...

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Evidence Synthesis for Decision Making in Healthcare book

  • Authors: Nicky J. Welton, Alexander J. Sutton, Nicola J. Cooper, Keith R. Abrams, A.E. Ades
  • Published Date: May 11, 2012

In the evaluation of healthcare, rigorous methods of quantitative assessment are necessary to establish interventions that are beneficial, are superior to all alternatives and are cost-effective. Usually one study will not provide answers to these questions and it will be necessary to synthesize evidence from multiple sources. This book aims to outline a coherent approach to such evidence synthesis, for the purpose of decision making. Each chapter contains worked examples, exercises and solutions drawn...

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Volume 27 Issue 7 (November 2011) journal issue

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Volume 171 Issue 1 (January 2008) journal issue

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Volume 78 Issue 1 (April 2010) journal issue

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Handbook of Volatility Models and Their Applications book

  • Authors: Luc Bauwens, Christian M. Hafner, Sebastien Laurent
  • Published Date: Apr 27, 2012

A complete guide to the theory and practice of volatility models in financial engineering Volatility has become a hot topic in this era of instant communications, spawning a great deal of research in empirical finance and time series econometrics. Providing an overview of the most recent advances, Handbook of Volatility Models and Their Applications explores key concepts and topics essential for modeling the volatility of financial time series, both univariate and multivariate, parametric and...

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Volume 10 Issue 4 (July/August 2011) journal issue

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289-392

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Volume 171 Issue 3 (June 2008) journal issue

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509-762

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Volume 171 Issue 2 (April 2008) journal issue

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Volume 5 Issue 4 (August 2012) journal issue

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Volume 55 Issue 2 (March 2008) journal issue

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Volume 10 Issue 1 (January/February 2011) journal issue

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Volume 8 Issue 2 (April/June 2009) journal issue

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Volume 9 Issue 4 (October/December 2010) journal issue

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Volume 171 Issue 4 (October 2008) journal issue

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