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financial economics


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financial economics

financial economics

Financial History and Financial Economics

Understanding Spurious Regression in Financial Economics

Paul Samuelson and Financial Economics

The Financial Economics of Privatization

The Economics of Financial Markets

Financial economics: objects and methods of science

GILES, Christopher Thomas (born 1969), Economics Editor, Financial Times, since 2004

Econometrics of Testing for Jumps in Financial Economics Using Bipower Variation

Deutsche Bank Prize in Financial Economics 2010 Review of Finance Best Paper Award

Accounting and Economics: What We Learn from Analytical Models in Financial Accounting and Reporting

Dealing with the Duhem–Quine thesis in financial economics: can causal holism help?

Robert J. Shiller: Innovator in Financial Markets, Winner of the 2009 Deutsche Bank Prize in Financial Economics

SAUNDERS, David John (born 1953), Senior Advisor, Financial Conduct Authority, since 2014; Special Advisor, Europe Economics, since 2014

WOLF, Martin Harry (born 1946), Associate Editor, since 1990, and Chief Economics Commentator, since 1996, Financial Times

BROMWICH, Michael (born 1941), CIMA Professor of Accounting and Financial Management, London School of Economics and Political Science, 1985–2006, now Emeritus

GOODHART, Charles Albert Eric (born 1936), Norman Sosnow Professor of Banking and Finance, London School of Economics and Political Science, 1985–2002, now Emeritus; Joint Founder, 1987, Deputy Director, 1987–2005, and Member, since 2005, Financial Markets Group, London School of Economics

NOBAY, (Avelino) Robert (born 1942), Senior Research Associate, Financial Markets Group, London School of Economics and Political Science, 1996–2014; Brunner Professor of Economic Science, University of Liverpool, 1980–96

 

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The field of economics that analyses the individual allocation of resources between consumption and financial assets, and the equilibrium consequences of individual choices. Financial economics also analyses the behaviour of financial institutions, including banks and investment companies.

Subjects: Economics.


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