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The effects of contagion during the Global Financial Crisis in Government Regulated And Sponsored Assets in Emerging Markets. The case of Colombian pension funds and State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) in BRIC countries

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The effects of contagion during the Global Financial Crisis in Government Regulated And Sponsored Assets in Emerging Markets. The case of Colombian pension funds and State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) in BRIC countries

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Autor: Edgardo Cayón

Editorial: CESA

CESA

Año de Edición: 2015

2015

Idioma: Inglés

Formato: e-book

Número de páginas: 103

eISBN: 9789588722849

9789588722849
The effects of financial contagion during the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) have been extensively studied in the finance literarure. One of the key issues is the devastating effect of the crisis on wealth and asset prices. However, one key difference between this crisis and other crises in the past ...
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The effects of financial contagion during the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) have been extensively studied in the finance literarure.

One of the key issues is the devastating effect of the crisis on wealth and asset prices. However, one key difference between this crisis and other crises in the past was the resilience (immunity) or the short term effect of the crisis on emerging markets.

Dooley and Hutchison (2009) were the first ones to find evidence in support of the decoupling hypothesis of emerging markets during the early phases of the crisis. Since then the hypothesis have been tested by other researchers (for recent surveys see: Beirne and Gieck, 2014; Koksal and Orhan, 2013).

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Editor / MarcaCESA
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Idioma(s)Inglés
Tipo ProductoEPUB
Tipo Archivo (ebooks)EPUB
Peso (ebooks)9.76
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EDGARDO CAYÓN
Perfil ProfesionalGrado con honores cum laude (B.S.) en Finanzas y Economía en Syracuse University; Maestría en Administración de Empresas McGill University (Montreal, Canadá) y Ph. D en Finanzas de University of Tehcnology, Sydney (UTS).Perfil AcadémicoSe ha desempeñado como administrador de telecomunicaciones públicas en Siemens S.A. de Colombia y como gerente de unidad de negocios en Industrias Philips de Colombia S.A. Ha sido profesor de finanzas de la Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, profesor de cátedra en la asignatura Finanzas Internacionales en University of Technology, Sydney, Australia y actualmente se desempeña como director de los programas de MBA y posgrados en finanzas del Colegio de Estudios Superiores de Administración (CESA) además de ser profesor titular del área financiera e investigador senior Colciencias.

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Acknowledgements
Author resume
Abstract
List of Tables
List of Figures

Chapter 1
1. Introduction
1.1. Can financial autarchy prevent contagion?
1.2. The performance of state owned enterprises in BRIC countries during the GFC

Chapter 2
2. Can financial autarchy prevent contagion?
2.1. Introduction
2.2. Background: Pension funds
2.3. Literature review
2.4. Data
2.5. Preliminary analysis: Correlations
2.6. Model
2.7. Results
2.8. Conclusion

Chapter 3
3. The performance of state owned enterprises in BRIC countries during the GFC
3.1. Introduction
3.2. Data
3.3. Model
3.4. Result
3.5. Conclusion

Chapter 4
4. Conclusion
APPENDIX A
APPENDIX B
APPENDIX C

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