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A Century of Global Stock Markets
Goetzmann, W.N. & P. Jorion (1996)

Quarterly Report on Financial Markets   Acrobat Required
Monetary Authority of Singapore (May 2001)

The Long-Run Behavior of Commodity Prices - Small Trends and Big Variability
Cashin, P. & C.J. McDermott (2001)

International Capital Markets
IMF (2001)

The Overnight Interbank Market: Evidence from the G-7 and the Euro Zone
Prati, A., L. Bartolini & G. Bertola (2001)

Developments in international financial markets   Acrobat Required
Duisenberg, W. (2001)

Global Restructuring: Lessons, Myths, and Challenges   Acrobat Required
Roach, S. (Nov 2001)

Long-Term Global Market Correlations
Goetzmann, W.N. Li L.F. & K.G. Rouwenhorst (2001)

Who gains when global coffee prices collapse?
Kaplinsky, R. (2002)

Abstract: There is as much variety in coffee as there is in wine as consumers are now well aware. Final product markets are beginning to segment and prices spreads are increasing. But who is gaining from the differentiating market - the roasters and retailers in rich countries, the global coffee trading companies or the developing country producers? What can be done to increase the share of these relatively price inelastic product niches for poor producers?

On the Use of Numeraires in Option pricing   Acrobat Required
Benninga, S., T. Björk & Z. Wiener (2002)

Foreign Currency for Long-Term Investors
Campbell, J.Y., L.M. Viceira & J.S. White (2002)

Reviving the Case for GDP-Indexed Bonds
Borensztein, E.R. & P. Mauro (2002)

Islamic Financial Institutions and Products in the Global Financial System: Key Issues in Risk Management and Challenges Ahead
Sundarajan, V. & L. Errico (2002)

Empirical Studies of Financial Innovation: Lots of Talk, Little Action?   REVIEW PAPER
Frame, S. & L. White (2003)

World Markets for Raising New Capital
Henderson, B.J., N. Jegadeesh & M.S. Weisbach (2004)

Identifying the Role of Moral Hazard in International Financial Markets   Wiley Interscience Required
Kamin, S.B. (2004)

Volatility Forecasting
Andersen, T.G., T. Bollerslev, P.F. Chirstoffersen & F.X. Diebold (2005)

World Finance and the US 'New Economy': Risk Sharing and Risk Exposure
Marcus H. Miller & Lei Zhang (2005)

Shell Global Scenarios to 2025
Royal Dutch Shell/IIE (2005)

Abstract: Two crises, 9/11 and Enron, have unfolded since 2001 that highlight crucial issues around national security and trust in the marketplace. Both are examples of vulnerability in our globalized world. Western societies now look to the “State”, more than in recent decades, to lead the restoration of physical security and market integrity. This brings into sharper focus the power of the State to regulate and to coerce, in a role involving both direct intervention to fight terrorism and police the market, and a more general emphasis on transparency disclosure and good governance. The new Global Scenarios explore how the forces of market incentives, community, and coercion and regulation by the State interact and impact policy and business decision-making. Three possible scenarios are identified and examined in the Shell Global Scenarios to 2025. All three scenarios see continuing globalization in the simplistic sense of the word: continuing economic growth and an increasing movement of people and ideas across the globe. Energy companies, more than most businesses, need to take a long-term view. Shell has been producing Global Scenarios for more than thirty years and now for the first time they are available to the public. These scenarios are different from forecasts in that they provide a tool that helps to explore the many complex business environments in which we work and the factors that drive changes and developments in those environments.

On the presence and market-structure of exchanges around the world   ScienceDirect Required
Clayton, M.J., B.N. Jorgensen & K.A. Kavajecz (2006)

Offshore Financial Centers: Parasites or Symbionts? | Published   Wiley Interscience Required
Rose, A.K. & M. Spiegel (2006/07)

The Performance of International Equity Portfolios
Thomas, C.P., F.E. Warnock & J. Wongswan (2006)

International Portfolio Diversification and Market Linkages in the presence of regime-switching volatility   Acrobat Required
Flavin, T. & E. Panopoulou (2006)

Globalization and portfolio risk over time: The role of exchange rate   ScienceDirect Required
Fooladi, I.J. & J. Rumsey (2006)

Currency Risk Premia in Global Stock Markets
Roache, S.K. & M.D. Merritt (2006)

World markets for raising new capital   ScienceDirect Required
Henderson, B.J., N. Jegadeesh & M.S. Weisbach (2006)

Money Market Integration
Bartolini, L., S. Hilton & A. Prati (2006)

Foreign Participation in Local Currency Bond Markets
Burger, J.D. & F.E. Warnock (2006)

Local Currency Bond Markets | Published
Burger, J.D. & F.E. Warnock (2006)

Volatility in International Financial Market Issuance: The Role of the Financial Center
Cipriani, M. & G.L. Kaminsky (2006)

Price Discovery in the Foreign Currency Futures and Spot Market
Rosenberg, J.V. & L.G. Traub (2006)

The foreign exchange rate rate exposure of nations   Acrobat Required
Entorf, H., J. Moeber & K. Sonderhof (2007)

International financial integration through equity markets: which firms from which countries go global
Schmukler, S.L. & S. Claessens (2007)

International portfolio diversification benefits: Cross-country evidence from a local perspective   ScienceDirect Required
Driessen, J. &l L. Laeven (2007)

Stock market development under globalization: Whither the gains from reforms?   ScienceDirect Required
de la Torre, A., J.C. Gozzi & S.L. Schmukler (2007)

Global Currency Hedging
Campbell, J.Y., K. Serfaty-de Medeiros & L.M. Viceira (2007)

Pooling Risk Among Countries
Imbs, J. & P. Mauro (2007)

Global Capital Markets in the Long Run: A Review of Maurice Obstfeld and Alan Taylor's Global Capital Markets   Ingenta Select Required
Williamson, Jeffrey G. (2007)

Volatility and Jump Risk Premia in Emerging Market Bonds
Matovu, J. (2007)

What do bond holdings reveal about international funds' preferences?   ScienceDirect Required
Xiao, Y. (2007)

Exchange Options   Acrobat Required
Jamshidian, F. (2007)

The Equity Premium Puzzle, Ambiguity Aversion, and Institutional Quality
Erbas, S.N. & A. Mirakhor (2007)

Global Yield Curve Dynamics and Interactions: A Dynamic Nelson-Siegel Approach
Diebold, F.X., C. Li & V.Z. Yue (2007)

Rothschild–Stiglitz's definition of increasing risk and the relationship between volatility and risk premium   ScienceDirect Required
Kanniainen, J. (2007)

Examining the bond premium puzzle with a DSGE model   Acrobat Required
Rudebusch, G.D. & E.T. Swanson (2007)

‘Chimerica’ and the Global Asset Market Boom   Wiley Interscience Required
Ferguson, N. & M. Schularick (2007)

International asset market, nonconvergence, and endogenous fluctuations   ScienceDirect Required
Kikuchi, T. (2008)

Measuring Financial Asset Return and Volatility Spillovers, With Application to Global Equity Markets | Published   Wiley Interscience Required
Diebold, F.X. & K. Yilmaz (2008)

Home Bias at the Fund Level
Hau, H. & H. Rey (2008)

Understanding international portfolio diversification and turnover rates   ScienceDirect Required
Amadi, A.A. & P.R. Bergin (2008)

A Black Swan in the Money Market
Taylor, J.B. & J.C. Williams (2008)

Volume and skewness in international equity markets   ScienceDirect Required
Hutson, E., C. Kearney & M. Lynch (2008)

What lies beneath: Foreign exchange rate exposure, hedging and cash flows   ScienceDirect Required
Bartram, S.M. (2008)

Why Do Foreign Firms Leave U.S. Equity Markets? An Analysis of Deregistrations Under SEC Exchange Act Rule 12h-6
Doidge, C., G.A. Karolyi & R.M. Stulz (2008)

Trades of the Living Dead: Style Differences, Style Persistence and Performance of Currency Fund Managers
Pojarliev, M. & R.M. Levich (2008)

New Shocks, Exchange Rates and Equity Prices
Matsumoto, A., P. Cova, M. Pisani & A. Rebucci (2008)

Changes in the international comovement of stock returns and asymmetric macroeconomic shocks   ScienceDirect Required
Kizys, R. & C. Pierdzioch (2008)

Multi-period portfolio choice and the intertemporal hedging demands for stocks and bonds: International evidence   ScienceDirect Required
Rapach, D.E. & M.E. Wohar (2009)

International Currency Portfolios
Kumhof, M. (2009)

Opening a stock exchange   ScienceDirect Required
Minier, J. (2009)

International stock markets interactions and conditional correlations   ScienceDirect Required
Savva, C.S. (2009)

The Effects of Economic News on Commodity Prices: Is Gold Just Another Commodity?
Roache, S.K. & M. Rossi (2009)

Macroeconomic Fundamentals, Price Discovery and Volatility Dynamics in Emerging Markets
Nowak, S., J.R. Andritzky, A. Jobst & N.T. Tamirisa (2009)

The Exchange Rate Effect of Multi-Currency Risk Arbitrage
Hau, H. (2009)

Counterparty Risk, Impact on Collateral Flows and Role for Central Counterparties
Singh, M. & J. Aitken (2009)

Global private information in international equity markets   ScienceDirect Required
Albuquerque, R., G.H. Bauer & M. Schneider (2009)

Explaining international stock correlations with CPI fluctuations and market volatility   ScienceDirect Required
Cai, Y., R.Y. Chou & D. Li (2009)

Is international diversification really beneficial?   ScienceDirect Required
You, L. & R.T. Daigler (2009)

International diversification strategies: Revisited from the risk perspective   ScienceDirect Required
Bai, Y. & C.J. Green (2009)

International equity flows and country funds   ScienceDirect Required
Tsai, P-J. (2009)

Foreign Bank Entry and Credit Allocation in Emerging Markets
Degryse, H., O. Havrylchyk, E.M. Jurzyk & S. Kozak (2009)

Exchange Rates and Stock Prices in the Long Run and Short Run   Acrobat Required
Morley, B. (2009)

Costly Portfolio Adjustment   Acrobat Required
Bonaparte, Y. & R. Cooper (2009)

Inflation risk and international asset returns   ScienceDirect Required
Moerman, G.A. & M.A. van Dijk (2010)

Mean–variance convergence around the world   ScienceDirect Required
Eun, C.S. & J. Lee (2010)

The Predictive Content of Commodity Futures
Chinn, M.D. & O. Coibion (2010)

Robust International Portfolio Management   Acrobat Required
Fonseca, R.J., W. Wiesemann & B. Rustem (2010)

Asymmetry in Volatility: A Comparison of Developed and Transition Stock Markets   Acrobat Required
Wdowinski, P. & M. Malecka (2010)

World market risk, country-specific risk and expected returns in international stock markets   ScienceDirect Required
Bali, T.G. & N. Cakici (2010)

Foreign Bond Markets and Financial Market Development: International Perspectives
Batten, J.A., W.P. Hogan & P.G. Szilagyi (2010)

Rationalizing Trading Frequency and Returns
Bonaparte, Y. & R. Cooper (2010)

Dependence structure between the equity market and the foreign exchange market–A copula approach   ScienceDirect Required
Ning, C. (2010)

Currency Hedging for International Portfolios
Schmittmann, J.M. (2010)

Evolution of earnings-to-price ratios: International evidence   ScienceDirect Required
Eun, C.S. & J. Lee (2010)

The use of technical analysis by fund managers: International evidence   ScienceDirect Required
Menkhoff, L. (2010)

International equity portfolio allocations and transaction costs   ScienceDirect Required
Thapa, C. & S.S. Poshakwale (2010)

World Markets for Mergers and Acquisitions   Acrobat Required
Erel, I., R.C. Liao & M.S. Weisbach (2010)

The role of exchange rates in intertemporal risk–return relations   ScienceDirect Required
Bali, T.G. & L. Wu (2010)

U.S. Monetary Shocks and Global Stock Prices
Laeven, L. & H. Tong (2010)

Additions to Market Indices and the Comovement of Stock Returns Around the World
Claessens, S. & Y. Yafeh (2011)

Commodity Prices and Markets
Ito, T. (editor) (2011)

Financial Cycles: What? How? When?
Claessens, S., M.A. Kose & M. Terrones (2011)

Information asymmetries and institutional investor mandates
Didier, T. (2011)

International diversification with frontier markets   ScienceDirect Required
Berger, D., K. Pukthuanthong & J.J. Yang (2011)

Oil Shocks in a Global Perspective: Are they Really that Bad?
Rasmussen, T.N. & A. Roitman (2011)

Institutional Cash Pools and the Triffin Dilemma of the U.S. Banking System
Pozsar, Z. (2011)

Joint dynamics of foreign exchange and stock markets in emerging Europe   ScienceDirect Required
Ülkü, N. & E. Demirci (2011)

Is momentum really momentum?   ScienceDirect Required
Novy-Marx, R. (2012)

Explaining foreign bank entrance in emerging markets   ScienceDirect Required
Althammer, W. & R. Haselmann (2011)

International Diversification During the Financial Crisis: A Blessing for Equity Investors?   Acrobat Required
Vermeulen, R. (2011)

Mean reversion in international stock markets: An empirical analysis of the 20th century   ScienceDirect Required
Spierdijk, L., J.A. Bikker & P. van den Hoek (2012)

How Firms Use Domestic and International Corporate Bond Markets
Gozzi, J.C., R. Levine, M.S> Martinez Peria & S.L. Schmukler (2012)

Competing on Speed
Pagnotta, E. & T. Philippon (2012)

Semi-transparency, dealership market, and foreign exchange market quality   ScienceDirect Required
Ding, L., H. Zou & V. Addona (2012)

A careful re-examination of seasonality in international stock markets: Comment on sentiment and stock returns   ScienceDirect Required
Kamstra, M.J., L.A. Kramer & M.D. Levi (2012)

Can Rare Events Explain the Equity Premium Puzzle?
Ghosh, A. & C. Julliard (2012)

The week-of-the-year effect: Evidence from around the globe   ScienceDirect Required
Levy, T. & J. Yagil (2012)

Diversification evidence from international equity markets using extreme values and stochastic copulas   ScienceDirect Required
Bhatti, M.I. & C.C. Nguyen (2012)

Understanding commonality in liquidity around the world   ScienceDirect Required
Karolyi, G.A., K-H. Lee & M.A. van Dijk (2012)

Estimation of an agent-based model of investor sentiment formation in financial markets   ScienceDirect Required
Lux, T. (2012)

Size, value, and momentum in international stock returns   ScienceDirect Required
Fama, E.F. & K.R. French (2012)

Recent trends in relative performance of global equity markets   ScienceDirect Required
Galagedera, D.U.A. (2012)

The Differential Effects of Oil Demand and Supply Shocks on the Global Economy
Cashin, P., K. Mohaddes & M. Raissi (2012)

Securitization   REVIEW PAPER
Gorton, G. & A. Metrick (2012)

The Golden Dilemma
Erb, C.B. & C.R. Harvey (2013)

International portfolio selection with exchange rate risk: A behavioural portfolio theory perspective   ScienceDirect Required
Jiang, C., Y Ma & Y. An (2013)

Long-Term Return Reversal: Evidence from International Market Indices   ScienceDirect Required
Malin, M. & G. Bornholt (2013)

Stock and Foreign Exchange Market Linkages in Emerging Economies   Acrobat Required
Andreou, E., M. Matsi & A. Savvides (2013)

A Revisit to the Dependence Structure between the Stock and Foreign Exchange Markets: A Dependence-Switching Copula Approach   ScienceDirect Required
Wang, Y-C., J-L. Wu & Y-H. Lai (2013)

The Volatility Effect in Emerging Markets   ScienceDirect Required
Blitz, D., J. Pang & P. van Vliet (2013)

The asset growth effect: Insights from international equity markets   ScienceDirect Required
Watanabe, A., Y. Xu, T. Yao & T. Yu (2013)

High-Frequency Trading   ScienceDirect Required   SURVEY PAPER
Chordia, T., A. Goyal, B.N. Lehmann & G. Saar (2013)

Financial markets forecasts revisited: Are they rational, stubborn or jumpy?   ScienceDirect Required
Fujiwara, I., H. Ichiue, Y. Nakazono & Y. Shigemi (2013)

Empirical properties of the foreign exchange interdealer market   Acrobat Required
Lallouache, M. & F. Abergel (2013)

Koijen, R.S.J., T.J. Moskowitz, L.H. Pedersen & E.B. Vrugt (2013)

When Grilli and Yang meet Prebisch and Singer: Piecewise linear trends in primary commodity prices?   ScienceDirect Required
Yamadaa, H. & G. Yoon (2013)

Quantification of the High Level of Endogeneity and of Structural Regime Shifts in Commodity Markets   ScienceDirect Required
Filimonova, V., D. Bicchetti, N. Maystre, & D. Sornette (2013)

The diversity of high-frequency traders   ScienceDirect Required
Hagströmer, B. & L. Nordén (2013)

Implications of Domestic Price Insulation for Global Food Price Behavior   ScienceDirect Required
Ivanic, M. & W. Martin (2013)

Variable Long-Term Trends in Mineral Prices: The Ongoing Tug-of-War between Exploration, Depletion, and Technological Change   ScienceDirect Required
Cuddington, J.T. & G. Nülle (2013)

Currency Devaluation and Stock Market Response: An Empirical Analysis   ScienceDirect Required
Patro, D.K., J.K. Wald & Y. Wu (2013)

A spatial analysis of international stock market linkages   ScienceDirect Required
Asgharian, H., W. Hess & L. Liu (2013)

Does high frequency trading affect technical analysis and market efficiency? And if so, how?   ScienceDirect Required
Manahov, V., R. Hudson & B. Gebka (2013)

High Frequency Trading and Price Discovery
Brogaard, J., T. Hendershott & R. Riordan (2014)

Asset liquidity and international portfolio choice   ScienceDirect Required
Geromichalos, A. & I. Simonovska (2014)

Momentum in global equity markets in times of troubles: Does the economic state matter?   ScienceDirect Required
Grobys, K. (2014)

Understanding international commodity price fluctuations   ScienceDirect Required
Arezki, R., P. Loungani, R. van der Ploeg & A.J. Venables (2014)

Risk premia in crude oil futures prices   ScienceDirect Required
Hamilton, J.D. & J.C. Wu (2014)

Quantifying the speculative component in the real price of oil: The role of global oil inventories   ScienceDirect Required
Kilian, L. & T.K. Lee (2014)

Effects of speculation and interest rates in a "carry trade" model of commodity prices   ScienceDirect Required
Frankel, J.A. (2014)

Demand effects and speculation in oil markets: Theory and evidence   ScienceDirect Required
Dvir, E. & K. Rogoff (2014)

Rating Agencies   Acrobat Required
Cooley, T. & H. Cole (2014)

Agriculture in the Global Economy
Alston, J.M. & P.G. Pardey (2014)

Performance of International and Global Equity Mutual Funds: Do Country Momentum and Sector Momentum Matter?   ScienceDirect Required
Breloer, B., H. Scholz & M. Wilkens (2014)

Uncovered Equity Parity and Rebalancing in International Portfolios | Published   ScienceDirect Required
Curcuru, S.E., C.P. Thomas, F.E. Warnock & J. Wongswan (2014)

Can Institutions and Macroeconomic Factors Predict Stock Returns in Emerging Markets?   ScienceDirect Required
Narayan, P.K., S. Narayan & K. Thuraisamy (2014)

Is the Investment Factor a Proxy for Time-Varying Investment Opportunities? The U.S. and International Evidence   ScienceDirect Required
Huang, L. & Z. Wang (2014)

Cross-market index with Factor-DCC   ScienceDirect Required
Aboura, S. & J. Chevallier (2014)

Capital Market Financing, Firm Growth, Firm Size Distribution
Didier, T., R. Levine & S.L. Schmukler (2014)

Degreasing the Wheels of Finance   Wiley Interscience Required
Berentsen, A., S. Huber & A. Marchesiani (2014)

Stocks for the long run? Evidence from emerging markets   ScienceDirect Required
Spierdijk, L. & Z. Umar (2014)

Does PIN affect equity prices around the world?   ScienceDirect Required
Lai, S., L. Ng & B. Zhang (2014)

Does global liquidity drive commodity prices?   ScienceDirect Required
Beckmann, J., A. Belke & R. Czudaj (2014)

No Price Like Home: Global House Prices, 1870-2012
Knoll, K., M. Schularick & T.M. Steger (2014)

Prices, debt and market structure in an agent-based model of the financial market   ScienceDirect Required
Fischer, T. & J. Riedler (2014)

Economic Relevance of Hidden Factors in International Bond Risk Premia   Acrobat Required
Tiozzo Pezzoli, L. (2014)

The Term Structures of Co-entropy in International Financial Markets   Acrobat Required
Chabi-Yo, F. & R. Colacito (2014)

Why do term structures in different currencies co-move?   ScienceDirect Required
Jotikasthira, C., A. Le & C. Lundblad (2014)

The Risky Capital of Emerging Markets
David, J.M., E. Henriksen & I. Simonovska (2014)

Trading on Sunspots
Jovanovic, B. & V. Tsyrennikov (2014)

Financial crises and the global value premium: Revisiting Fama and French   ScienceDirect Required
Yamani, E.A. & P.E. Swanson (2014)

Long-run Bulls and Bears | Published   ScienceDirect Required
Albuquerque, R., M. Eichenbaum, D. Papanikolaou & S. Rebelo (2015)

Credit Default Swaps: Has the GFC Influenced Perceptions of their Utility for Banks?   Wiley Interscience Required   SURVEY PAPER
Dias, R. (2015)

The role of inventories and speculative trading in the global market for crude oil   Wiley Interscience Required
Kilian, L. & D.P. Murphy (2015)

Foreign currency borrowing and knowledge about exchange rate risk   ScienceDirect Required
Beckmann, E. & H. Stix (2015)

Price discovery on Bitcoin exchanges   ScienceDirect Required
Brandvold, M., P. Molnar, K. Vagstad & O.C.A. Valstad (2015)

Trends and convergence in global housing markets   ScienceDirect Required
Yunus, N. (2015)

Quantifying Confidence   Recommended!
Angeletos, G-M., F. Collard & H. Dellas (2015)

Abstract: We enrich workhorse macroeconomic models with a mechanism that proxies strategic uncertainty and that manifests itself as waves of optimism and pessimism about the short-term economic outlook. We interpret this mechanism as variation in "confidence" and show that it helps account for many salient features of the data; it drives a significant fraction of the volatility in estimated models that allow for multiple structural shocks; it captures a type of fluctuations in "aggregate demand" that does not rest on nominal rigidities; and it calls into question existing interpretations of the observed recessions. We complement these findings with evidence that most of the business cycle in the data is captured by an empirical factor which is unlike certain structural forces that are popular in the literature but similar to the one we formalize here.

(How) has the market become more efficient?   ScienceDirect Required
Bertone, S., I. Paeglis & R. Ravi (2015)

Gold Returns   Wiley Interscience Required
Barro, R.J. & S. Misra (2015)

High frequency market microstructure   ScienceDirect Required
O'Hara, M. (2015)

Time-varying international stock market interaction and the identification of volatility signals   ScienceDirect Required
Strohsal, T. & E. Weber (2015)

What explains the dynamics of 100 anomalies?   ScienceDirect Required
Jacobs, H. (2015)

The long and the short of the risk-return trade-off   ScienceDirect Required
Bonomo, M., R. Garcia, N. Meddahi & R. Tedongap (2015)

Uncertainty and International Banking   Acrobat Required
Tonzer, L., C.M. Buch & M. Buchholz (2015)

What moves international stock and bond markets?   Acrobat Required
Cenedese, G. & E. Mallucci (2015)

The illiquidity premium: International evidence   ScienceDirect Required
Amihud, Y., A. Hameed, W. Kang & H. Zhang (2015)

Good Volatility, Bad Volatility: Signed Jumps and The Persistence of Volatility   MIT Press Subscription Required
Patton, A.J. & K. Sheppard (2015)

The Predictive Power of the Yield Curve Across Countries and Time   Wiley Interscience Required
Chinn, M. & K. Kucko (2015)

Keeping up with the Joneses and optimal diversification   ScienceDirect Required
Levy, M. & H. Levy (2015)

Should you globally diversify or let the globally diversified firm do it for you?   ScienceDirect Required
Farooqi, J., D. Huerta & T. Ngo (2015)

Capital Market Financing, Firm Growth, and Firm Size Distribution
Didier, T., R. Levine & S.L. Schmukler (2015)

Analyzing Food Price Trends in the Context of Engel's Law and the Prebisch-Singer Hypothesis
Baffes, J. & X.L. Etienne (2015)

Sources of Volatility during Four Oil Price Crashes
Baffes, J. & V. Kshirsagar (2015)

Trends and cycles in historical gold and silver prices   ScienceDirect Required
Gil-Alana, L.A., G.C. Aye & R. Gupta (2015)

World Asset Markets and the Global Financial Cycle
Miranda-Agrippino, S. & H. Rey (2015)

Global Liquidity and Commodity Prices   Wiley Interscience Required
Kang, H., B-K. Yu & J. Yu (2015)

Forecasting the Nominal Brent Oil Price with VARs-One Model Fits All?
Beckers, B. & S. Beidas-Strom (2015)

The U.S. Oil Supply Revolution and the Global Economy
Mohaddes, K. & M. Raissi (2015)

An Equilibrium Model of Institutional Demand and Asset Prices
Koijen, R.S.J. & M. Yogo (2015)

The dynamic relationship between stock, bond and foreign exchange markets   ScienceDirect Required
Kal, S.H., F. Arslaner & N. Arslaner (2015)

Trades in commodities, financial assets, and currencies: A triangle of arbitrage, hedging and speculative designs   ScienceDirect Required
Ghosh, D.K., A. Arize & D. Ghosh (2015)

Realized spill-over effects between stock and foreign exchange market: Evidence from regional analysis   ScienceDirect Required
Do, H.X., R. Brooks & S. Treepongkaruna (2015)

Volatility spillovers between oil prices and the stock market under structural breaks   ScienceDirect Required
Ewing, B.T. & F. Malik (2016)

US term structure and international stock market volatility: The role of the expectations factor and the maturity premium   ScienceDirect Required
Li, M.C. (2016)

Post-crisis International Banking: An Analysis with New Regulatory Survey Data
Ichiue, H. & F. Lambert (2016)

Understanding the Decline in the Safe Real Interest Rate
Hall, R.E. (2016)

Indexing and active fund management: International evidence   ScienceDirect Required
Cremers, M., M.A. Ferreira, P. Matos & L. Starks (2016)

Can hedge funds time global equity markets? Evidence from emerging markets   ScienceDirect Required
Aiken, A.L., O. Kilic & S. Reid (2016)

Gold returns: Do business cycle asymmetries matter? Evidence from an international country sample   ScienceDirect Required
Apergis, N. & S. Eleftheriou (2016)

Has the pricing of stocks become more global?
Petzev, I., A. Schrimpf & A.F. Wagner (2016)

On time-varying predictability of emerging stock market returns   ScienceDirect Required
Auer, B.R. (2016)

Linkages in the term structure of interest rates across sovereign bond markets   ScienceDirect Required
Sowmya, S., K. Prasanna & S. Bhaduri (2016)

The Holders and Issuers of International Portfolio Securities
Galstyan, V., P.R. Lane, C. Mehigan & R. Mercado (2016)

Equity is Cheap for Large Financial Institutions: The International Evidence   Acrobat Required
Gandhi, P., H.N. Lustig & A. Plazzi (2016)

The Holders and Issuers of International Portfolio Securities   Acrobat Required
Galstyan, V., P.R. Lane, C. Mehigan & R. Mercado (2016)

The Elusive Predictive Ability of Global Inflation?   Wiley Interscience Required
Medel, C.A., M. Pedersen & P.M. Pincheira (2016)

Global price of risk and stabilization policies
Adrian, T., D. Stackman & E. Vogt (2016)

Spatial Dependence and Data-Driven Networks of International Banks
Craig, B. & M. Saldías (2016)

Non-renewable resources in the long run   ScienceDirect Required
Hart, R. (2016)

U.S. Monetary Policy Normalization and Global Interest Rates
Caceres, C., Y. Carriere-Swallow, I. Demir & B. Gruss (2016)

House Valuations and Economic Growth: Some International Evidence
Aizenman, J., Y. Jinjarak & H. Zheng (2016)

An Index of Global Economic Policy Uncertainty
Davis, S.J. (2016)

Long-Run Commodity Prices, Economic Growth, and Interest Rates: 17th Century to the Present Day   ScienceDirect Required
Harvey, D.I., N.M. Kellard, J.B. Madsen & M.E. Wohar (2016)

Heterogeneity in decentralized asset markets   Acrobat Required
Weill, P-O., B. Lester & J. Hugonnier (2016)

The fossil episode   ScienceDirect Required
Hassler, J. & H-W. Sinn (2016)

Oil Prices and the Global Economy: Is It Different This Time Around?
Mohaddes, K. & M. Hashem Pesaran (2016)

Commodities momentum: A behavioral perspective   ScienceDirect Required
Bianchi, R.J., M.E. Drew & J.H. Fan (2016)

Do exchange rate changes have symmetric or asymmetric effects on stock prices?   ScienceDirect Required
Bahmani-Oskooee, M. & S. Saha (2016)

Should we be afraid of the dark? Dark trading and market quality   ScienceDirect Required
Foley, S. & T.J. Putnis (2016)

Portfolio concentration and performance of institutional investors worldwide   ScienceDirect Required
Choi, N., M. Fedenia, H. Skiba & T. Sokolyk (2016)

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Fifteen Fatal Fallacies of Financial Fundamentalism: A Disquisition on Demand Side Economics
Vickrey, W. (1996)

Thinking about the Liquidity Trap
Krugman, P. (1999)

A Critical View of Inflation Targeting: Crises, Limited Sustainability, and Aggregate Shocks   Acrobat Required
Kumhof, M. (2000)

Bank-Based or Market-Based Financial Systems: Which is Better?   Acrobat Required
Levine, R. (2000)

Abstract: This paper presents a critical appraisal of inflation targeting as a monetary policy regime for emerging markets. It is shown that this policy, if understood as a strict commitment to a CPI inflation target, shares many features with exchange rate targeting and is quite different from inflexible exchange rates under money growth rules. Inflation targets are vulnerable to speculative attacks, although less so than exchange rate targets. They perform worse than exchange rate targets when policy sustainability is limited. And their relative performance under exogenous shocks, not surprisingly, depends on the nature and direction of those shocks. Given this lack of an obvious advantage over exchange rate targets, the real attraction of inflation targets may be that they give the policymaker discretion. This, in the context of many emerging markets, has to be a cause for concern.

Why the Japanese Economy is Not Growing
McKinsey Global Institute (2000)

A Critical Evaluation of the Barro-Gordon Approach with Special Reference to Monetary Issues in the EU   REVIEW PAPER   Acrobat Required
Gundermann, M. (2001)

Abstract: This is a survey paper of the credibility literature. In a critical analysis the policy implications are investigated, especially in relation to EU monetary issues.

Financial stability, deflation, and monetary policy   Acrobat Required
Goodfriend, M. (2001)

Exchange rates and wages   Acrobat Required
Goldberg, L. & J. Tracy (2001)

The pass-through from depreciation to inflation : a panel study   Acrobat Required
Goldfajn, I. & S.R.C. Werlang (2001)

Abstract: The paper studies the relationship between exchange rate depreciations and inflation using a sample of 71 countries in the period 1980-1998. The main determinants of the extent of inflationary pass-through of the depreciations (appreciations) are the cyclical component of output, the extent of initial overvaluation of the real exchange rate (RER), the initial rate of inflation, and the degree of openness of the economy. The paper finds that the pass-through coefficients increase the larger is the horizon measured, with its peak at 12-months. It also finds that RER misalignment is the most important determinant of inflation for emerging markets while the initial inflation is the most important variable for developed countries. Using the estimated model, the paper predicts somewhat higher inflation than actually observed in several well known large depreciation cases, even if one takes into account existing measures of exchange rate expectations. This suggests that policy makers should use caution when using past models to predict future inflation in the aftermath of large depreciations.

Economic Growth in East Asia Before and After the Financial Crisis
Barro, R.J. (2001)

Monetary Policy Under the Zero Interest Rate Constraint and Balance Sheet Adjustment   Acrobat Required
Shirakawa, M. (2001)

Monetary Policy under Flexible Exchange Rates: An Introduction to Inflation Targeting   Acrobat Required
Agenor, P.R. (2001)

One Decade of Inflation Targeting in the World: What Do We Know and What Do We Need to Know?
Mishkin, F.S. & K. Schmidt-Hebbel (2001)

Causes of Inflation in Turkey: A Literature Survey with Special Reference to Theories of Inflation   Acrobat Required
Kibritcioglu, A. (2001)

Abstract: Turkey has experienced high and persistent inflation for more than twenty years. This paper attempts firstly to survey the extremely broad literature on theories of inflation, in order to be able to classify, understand and discuss the dynamics of inflation more carefully. It is mainly argued that inflation may be interpreted as a net result of sophisticated and continuous interactions of demand-side (or monetary) shocks, supply-side (or real) shocks, price-adjustment (or inertial) factors and political processes (or institutional factors). The second aim of the paper is to compare the existing empirical studies on Turkish inflation, by considering their sample period, data frequency, empirical methods, modeled macroeconomic variables and main results. Most of the studies reviewed here seem to have focused primarily on demand-side determinants (e. g., monetary growth and budget deficits), and partially on some supply-side factors (e. g., nominal exchange rates and oil prices). On the other hand, the components, degree and effects of inflation inertia need to be investigated in more detail. It is also noted that, in the future, the modeling attempts of the inflationary dynamics in Turkey would profit from the so-called 'new political macroeconomics' because the role of the political process and institutions is not a weak explanatory factor of inflation that is easily ignored.

An Empirical Comparison of Bundesbank and ECB Monetary Policy Rules
Faust, J., J. Rogers & J.H. Wright (2001)

Monetary policy and exchange rate pass-through   Acrobat Required
Gagnon, J.E. & J. Ihrig (2001)

Monetary Policy with a Touch of Basel
Chami, R. & T. Cosimano (2001)

From Monetary Targeting to Inflation Targeting: Lessons from Industrialized Countries
Mishkin, F.S. (2001)

Islamic Financial Intermediation: Economic and Prudential Considerations   Acrobat Required
Honohan, P. (2001)

The financial crisis in Japan during the 1990s: how the Bank of Japan responded and the lessons learnt
BIS Nov 16, 2001

Exchange Rate Pass-Through into Import Prices: A Macro or Micro Phenomenon?
Campa, J.M. & L.S. Goldberg (2002)

Financial Innovation and Monetary Transmission
FRBNY Economic Policy Review Volume 8, Number 1 (May 2002)

Modern Hyper- and High Inflations
Fischer, S., R. Sahay & C. Vegh (2002)

The Effectiveness of Fiscal Policy in Stimulating Economic Activity--A Review of the Literature   REVIEW PAPER
Hemming, R., M.S. Kell & S. Mahfouz (2002)

Financial Integration: A New Methodology and an Illustration
Flood, R.P. & A.K. Rose (2003)

Currency competition in a fundamental model of money   Adobe Acrobat Required
Camera, G., B. Craig & C.J. Waller (2003)

Banbura, M., D. Giannone & L. Reichlin (2010)

Lumpy Investment, Lumpy Inventories
Bachmann, R. & L. Ma (2012)

Uncertainty Traps
Fajgelbaum, P., E. Schaal & M. Taschereau-Dumouchel (2014)

Really Uncertain Business Cycles   Acrobat Required
Bloom, N., M. Floetotto, N. Jaimovich, I, Saporta-Eksten & S.J. Terry (2014)

The Macroeconomics of Shadow Banking
Moreira, A. & A. Savov (2014)

Investment Hangover and the Great Recession   Acrobat Required
Rognlie, M., A. Shleifer & A. Simsek (2014)

Sentiments, Financial Markets, and Macroeconomic Fluctuations
Benhabib, J., X. Liu & P. Wang (2015)

Macro, Money and Finance: A Continuous Time Approach
Brunnermeier, M.K. & Y. Sannikov (2016)

International Evidence on Long Run Money Demand
Benati, L., R.E. Lucas, J.P. Nicolini & W. Weber (2016)

Cochrane, J.H. (2016)

Demographics and real interest rates: Inspecting the mechanism   ScienceDirect Required
Carvalho, C., A. Ferrero & F. Nechio (2016)

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Marketing Myopia   Recommended!
Levitt, T. (1960)

Abstract: In order to ensure continued company growth, executives must define their industries broadly and take advantage of growth opportunities. Four conditions usually guarantee the self-deceiving cycle of bountiful expansion and undetected decay: the belief that an expanding and more affluent population assures growth; the belief that no competitive substitute exists for the industry's major product; too much faith in mass production and in the advantages of rapidly declining unit costs as output rises; and preoccupation with a product that lends itself to carefully controlled scientific experimentation, improvement, and manufacturing cost reduction.

Chaos, Cheating and Cooperation: Potential Solutions to the Prisoner's Dilemma   REVIEW PAPER
Brembs, B. (1996)

Inflation Targeting as a Monetary Policy Rule
Svensson, L.E.O. (1998)

Human Capital Convergence: International Evidence   Acrobat Required
Sab, R. & Smith, S.C. (2001)

Why Do Multinational Firms Exist?
Chung, J. (2000)

The Risk and Return of Venture Capital
Cochrane, J. (2001)

Intra-Firm Adoption Decisions   Acrobat Required
Van Everdingen, F.M. & B. Wierenga (2001)

Abstract: The subject of this paper is intra-firm adoption decisions, a relatively unexplored research area in the marketing literature. In particular, we investigate which factors influence the intra-firm adoption decisions regarding the common European currency of the treasury, purchasing and sales departments of European companies. Two sets of independent variables were hypothesized to influence the intra-firm adoption decisions, i.e. (1) variables known from the inter-firm diffusion literature, (2) variables specifically relevant for intra-firm analyses of innovation acceptance. The hypotheses are tested using data from treasury, purchasing and sales managers (441 respondents in total) from companies located in five different European countries. The results of logistic regression show that the proposed intra-firm variables are indeed important explanatory variables that should be included in intra-firm analyses. Moreover, for the inter-firm variables we found differences in the effects between departments, which demonstrates the very need for an intra-firm analysis.

General-Equilibrium Approaches to the Multinational Firm: a Review of Theory and Evidence
Markusen, J.R. & K.E. Maskus (2001)

Exchange-Rate Exposure of Multinationals: Focusing on Exchange-Rate Issues
Ihrig, J. (2001)

Abstract: This paper examines exchange-rate exposure of multinationals (MNEs) in light of detailed exchange rate data. Specifically, using MNE-specific exchange rates and accounting for the possibility that exchange-rate crises may impact a firm differently than periods of normal fluctuations, estimates suggest ¼ of all MNEs had significant exchange rate exposure between 1995 and 1999. On average, significant exposure is estimated to be 0.68, indicating that a firm’s monthly return falls, on average, by 0.68 percentage points when the dollar appreciates one percent. This encompasses periods where there are normal fluctuations in the exchange rate and the average exposure is estimated to be 0.55, as well as crisis periods where the average exposure is estimated to be 2.8. Finally, results illustrate that MNEs operating in more than 20 countries (having more than 30 subsidiaries) have twice the exposure of MNEs operating in one country (having one subsidiary).

Measuring the Stress of Financial Traders
Lo, A. & D. Repin (2002)

Abstract: Emotional responses are a significant factor in the real-time processing of financial risks, even among the most rational investors in the economy.

Foreign exchange exposure of exporting and importing firms   ScienceDirect Required
Pritamani, M.D., D.K. Shome & V. Singal (2004)

Linear and nonlinear exchange rate exposure   ScienceDirect Required
Priestley, R. & B.A. Ødegaard (2007)

The Long or Short of it: Determinants of Foreign Currency Exposure in External Balance Sheets | Published   ScienceDirect Required
Lane, P.R. & J.C. Shambaugh (2009)

Resolving the exposure puzzle: The many facets of exchange rate exposure   ScienceDirect Required
Bartram, S.M., G.W. Brown & B.A. Minton (2009)

A three-factor model investigation of foreign exchange-rate exposure   ScienceDirect Required
Huffman, S.P., S.D. Makar & S.B. Beyer (2010)

The Genetics of Investment Biases?   ScienceDirect Required
Cronqvist, H. & S. Siegel (2014)

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