A Comparative Analysis of Value at Risk Measurement on Emerging Stock Markets: Case of Montenegro
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Keywordsextreme value theory; Value at Risk; fat tails; GARCH; RiskMetrics; peak over threshold; generalized Pareto distribution;
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