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Emerging Markets

Emerging Markets

by Geert Bekaert, Campbell R. Harvey
     
 

ISBN-10: 184376105X

ISBN-13: 9781843761051

Pub. Date: 05/04/2004

Publisher: Elgar, Edward Publishing, Inc.

Bekaert (finance and economics, Columbia Business School) and Harvey (international business, Duke University) collect articles published over the past 23 years (mainly the 1990s) on emerging markets, and present a substantial introduction surveying recent work in the field. Articles are grouped in sections on market integration and liberalization, financial effects

Overview

Bekaert (finance and economics, Columbia Business School) and Harvey (international business, Duke University) collect articles published over the past 23 years (mainly the 1990s) on emerging markets, and present a substantial introduction surveying recent work in the field. Articles are grouped in sections on market integration and liberalization, financial effects of market integration, real effects of financial market integration, contagion, and other issues. Some specific topics include international asset pricing under mild segmentation, predictable risk and returns in emerging markets, stock market liberalization, economic reform, emerging market equity prices, and re-emerging markets. Other subjects are political risk and stock market development in emerging economies, global diversification and growth, and international cross-listing and order flow migration. There is no subject index. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781843761051
Publisher:
Elgar, Edward Publishing, Inc.
Publication date:
05/04/2004
Series:
The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics
Pages:
784
Product dimensions:
6.88(w) x 9.50(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgementsix
Forewordxi
Introduction: 'Emerging Markets Finance', Journal of Empirical Finance, 10, 3-55 (2003)xv
Part IMarket Integration and Liberalization
ATheoretical Effects of Market Integration
1.'On the Effects of Barriers to International Investment', Journal of Finance, XXXVI (4), September, 923-34 (1981)5
2.'International Asset Pricing under Mild Segmentation: Theory and Test', Journal of Finance, XL (1), March, 105-24 (1985)17
BMeasuring Market Integration
3.'Market Integration and Investment Barriers in Emerging Equity Markets', World Bank Economic Review, 9 (1), January, 75-107 (1995)39
4.'Predictable Risk and Returns in Emerging Markets', Review of Financial Studies, 8 (3), Fall, 773-816 (1995)72
5.'Time-Varying World Market Integration', Journal of Finance, L (2), June, 403-44 (1995)116
Part IIFinancial Effects of Market Integration
ALiberalization and Returns
6.'Foreign Speculators and Emerging Equity Markets', Journal of Finance, LV (2), April, 565-613 (2000)163
7.'Stock Market Liberalization, Economic Reform, and Emerging Market Equity Prices', Journal of Finance, LV (2), April, 529-64 (2000)212
8.'Stock Market Openings: Experience of Emerging Economies', Journal of Business, 73 (1), January, 25-66 (2000)248
9.'Re-Emerging Markets', Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 34 (1), March, 1-32 (1999)290
10.'The Effects of Market Segmentation and Investor Recognition on Asset Prices: Evidence from Foreign Stocks Listing in the United States', Journal of Finance, LIV (3), June, 981-1013 (1999)322
BLiberalization and Political Risk
11.'Privatization, Political Risk and Stock Market Development in Emerging Economies', Journal of International Money and Finance, 20, 43-69 (2001)357
CLiberalization and Capital Flows
12.'International Portfolio Flows and Security Markets', in Martin Feldstein (ed.), International Capital Flows, Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, Chapter 5.2, 257-93 (1999)387
DLiberalization and Diversification Benefits
13.'Testing for Mean-Variance Spanning with Short Sales Constraints and Transaction Costs: The Case of Emerging Markets', Journal of Finance, LVI (2), April, 721-42 (2001)427
Part IIIReal Effects of Financial Market Integration
AWhy Would Financial Liberalization Affect Economic Growth?
14.'Risk-Taking, Global Diversification, and Growth', American Economic Review, 84 (5), December, 1310-29 (1994)453
BMeasuring the Liberalization Effect on Economic Growth
15.'Emerging Equity Markets and Economic Development', Journal of Development Economics, 66, 465-504 (2001)475
CThe Channels of Growth
16.'Finance and the Sources of Growth', Journal of Financial Economics, 58, 261-300 (2000)517
DIncome Distribution
17.'Income Inequality: The Aftermath of Stock Market Liberalization in Emerging Markets', Journal of Empirical Finance, 10, 217-48 (2003)559
Part IVContagion
18.'On Crises, Contagion, and Confusion', Journal of International Economics, 51, 145-68 (2000)593
Part VOther Issues
ACorporate Finance
19.'Financial Dependence and Growth', American Economic Review, 88 (3), June, 559-86 (1998)621
BMicrostructure of Equity Markets
20.'International Cross-Listing and Order Flow Migration: Evidence from an Emerging Market', Journal of Finance, LIII (6), December, 2001-27 (1998)651
CStock Selection of Equity Markets
21.'Local Return Factors and Turnover in Emerging Stock Markets', Journal of Finance, LIV (4), August, 1439-64 (1999)681
Name Index707

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