4 edition of On the treatment of expectations in econometric investment studies found in the catalog.
On the treatment of expectations in econometric investment studies
Bibliography: leaves 37-39.
|Series||Sarja B / Tampereen yliopisto Kansantaloustieteen laitos,, 54, Sarja B (Tampereen yliopisto. Kansantaloustieteen laitos) ;, 54.|
|LC Classifications||HG4515.3 .K37 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||81209150|
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ABSTRACT Behavioral finance views stock-market investors’ expectations as largely unrelated to fundamental factors. Relying on survey data, this paper presents econometric evidence that fundamentals are a major driver of investors’ expectations.
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When a business decides to make an investment in physical assets, like plants or equipment, or in intangible assets, like skills or a research and development project, that firm considers both the expected investment.investment decision.
The decision itself is a subjective act, but it is based on both subjective and objective factors. Risk is an. important component of every investment, thus it is necessary to.