Empirical Finance for Finance and Banking provides the student with a relatively non-technical guide to some of the key topics in finance where empirical methods play an important role Written for students taking Masteras degrees in finance and banking, it is also suitable for students and researchers in other areas, including economics. The first three introductory chapters outline the structure of the book and review econometric and statistical techniques, while the remaining chapters discuss various topics, including: portfolio theory and asset allocation, asset pricing and factor models, market efficiency, modelling and forecasting exchange and interest rates and Value at Risk. Understanding these topics and the methods covered will be helpful for students interested in working as analysts and researchers in financial institutions.Menkhoff, L. (1997) Examining the use of technical currency analysis, International Journal of Finance and Economics, 2, ... Newey, W.K. and K.D. West (1987) A simple, positive-definite, heteroskedasticity and autocorrelation consistentanbsp;...
|Title||:||Empirical Finance for Finance and Banking|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2012-02-06|