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Idiosyncratic risk and the creative destruction of Japan
|Statement||Yasushi Hamao, Jianping Mei, Yexiao Xu.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- no. 9642., Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 9642.|
|Contributions||Mei, Jianping., Xu, Yexiao, 1963-, National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
Table 1 provides descriptive statistics for our panel data. Total risk is about % per month (or 41% per annum) which is comparable to the figure given by Hamao et al. ().Idiosyncratic risk is larger than systematic risk, but significantly smaller than in the case of US firms (see, Campbell et al., , Morck et al., b).The average equity ratio is close to , slightly lower than Cited by: Serendipitously, then, I encountered David Harvey’s A Brief History of Neoliberalism, bought it, and read it. Harvey is a Distinguished Professor of Anthropology at CUNY but it could well be that anthropologists (like David Graeber) are better equipped to interpret our political economy to it than either politicians or economists.
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Idiosyncratic risk and the creative destruction of Japan. Cambridge, Mass.: National Bureau of Economic Research, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Yasushi Hamao; Jianping Mei; Yexiao Xu; National Bureau of Economic Research.
Idiosyncratic Risk and Creative Destruction in Japan Yasushi Hamao, Jianping Mei, and Yexiao Xu* First draft: May This version: November 2, Abstract The dramatic rise and fall of the Japanese equity market provides a unique opportunity to examine market-and firm-specific risks over different market conditions.
The priceCited by: Idiosyncratic Risk and the Creative Destruction in Japan. Yasushi Hamao, Jianping Mei, and Yexiao Xu (for book value of. understand the abnormal behavior of idiosyncratic risk in Japan. Downloadable. The dramatic rise and fall of the Japanese equity market provides a unique opportunity to examine market-and firm-specific risks over different market conditions.
The price behavior of Japanese equities in the s is found to resemble that of U.S. equities during the Great Depression. Both show increasing market volatility and a prolonged large co-movement in equity prices.
IDIOSYNCRATIC RISK AND THE CREATIVE DESTRUCTION IN JAPAN Yasushi Hamao Jianping Mei Yexiao Xu Working Paper In order to understand the abnormal behavior of idiosyncratic risk in Japan, we (for book value of equity) are from the PACAP Japan database.
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