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The Efficient Market Hypothesis holds that it is not possible to ‘beat the market’ and that a passive investment strategy is optimal. Traditionally investors have been able to do this by investing in index funds replicating an index, but the emergence of exchange traded funds (ETFs) has afforded...
Hedge funds have the most sophisticated risk management practices; however, they also appear to have a short lifetime relative to other managed funds. In this study we investigate the failure probabilities of hedge funds – particularly the failures due to financial distress. We forecast the...
This paper examines the effects of government control structure on the allocation of bank credit to government-owned firms in China. It particularly examines the extent to which differences in institutional environments across the diverse regions of China affect the nexus between government...
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