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100 1 $aChen, James Ming.$eauthor.
245 10$aPostmodern Portfolio Theory$h[electronic resource] :$bNavigating Abnormal Markets and Investor Behavior /$cby James Ming Chen.
264  1$aNew York :$bPalgrave Macmillan US :$bImprint: Palgrave Macmillan,$c2016.
300   $aXX, 339 p. 9 illus., 8 illus. in color.$bonline resource.
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490 1 $aQuantitative Perspectives on Behavioral Economics and Finance
505 0 $aCHAPTER 1 — MODERN PORTFOLIO THEORY -- CHAPTER 2 — POSTMODERN PORTFOLIO THEORY -- CHAPTER 3 — SEDUCED BY SYMMETRY, SMARTER BY HALF -- CHAPTER 4 —THE FULL FINANCIAL TOOLKIT OF PARTIAL SECOND MOMENTS -- CHAPTER 5 — SORTINO, OMEGA, KAPPA: THE ALGEBRA OF FINANCIAL ASYMMETRY -- CHAPTER 6 — SINKING, FAST AND SLOW: RELATIVE VOLATILITY VERSUS CORRELATION TIGHTENING -- CHAPTER 7 — TIME-VARYING BETA: AUTOCORRELATION AND AUTOREGRESSIVE TIME SERIES -- CHAPTER 8 — ASYMMETRIC VOLATILITY AND VOLATILITY SPILLOVERS -- CHAPTER 9 — A FOUR-MOMENT CAPITAL ASSET PRICING MODEL -- CHAPTER 10 — THE PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS OF A SPATIALLY BIFURCATED FOUR-MOMENT CAPITAL ASSET PRICING MODEL -- CHAPTER 11 — GOING TO EXTREMES: LEPTOKURTOSIS AS AN EPISTEMIC THREAT -- CHAPTER 12 — PARAMETRIC VALUE-AT-RISK (VAR) ANALYSIS -- CHAPTER 13 — PARAMETRIC VAR ACCORDING TO STUDENT’S T-DISTRIBUTION -- CHAPTER 14 — COMPARING STUDENT’S T-DISTRIBUTION WITH THE LOGISTIC DISTRIBUTION CHAPTER 15 — EXPECTED SHORTFALL AS A RESPONSE TO MODEL RISK -- CHAPTER 16 —LATENT PERILS: STRESSED VAR, ELICITABILITY, AND SYSTEMIC RISK -- CONCLUSION: FINANCE AS A ROMANCE OF MANY MOMENTS.
520   $aThis survey of portfolio theory, from its modern origins through more sophisticated, “postmodern” incarnations, evaluates portfolio risk according to the first four moments of any statistical distribution: mean, variance, skewness, and excess kurtosis. In pursuit of financial models that more accurately describe abnormal markets and investor psychology, this book bifurcates beta on either side of mean returns. It then evaluates this traditional risk measure according to its relative volatility and correlation components. After specifying a four-moment capital asset pricing model, this book devotes special attention to measures of market risk in global banking regulation. Despite the deficiencies of modern portfolio theory, contemporary finance continues to rest on mean-variance optimization and the two-moment capital asset pricing model. The term postmodern portfolio theory captures many of the advances in financial learning since the original articulation of modern portfolio theory. A comprehensive approach to financial risk management must address all aspects of portfolio theory, from the beautiful symmetries of modern portfolio theory to the disturbing behavioral insights and the vastly expanded mathematical arsenal of the postmodern critique. Mastery of postmodern portfolio theory’s quantitative tools and behavioral insights holds the key to the efficient frontier of risk management.
650  0$aEconomic theory.
650  0$aMacroeconomics.
650 14$aEconomics.
650 24$aEconomic Theory/Quantitative Economics/Mathematical Methods.
650 24$aMacroeconomics/Monetary Economics//Financial Economics.
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950   $aEconomics and Finance (Springer-41170)