The Impact of Systemic Risk on the Diversification Benefits of a Risk Portfolio
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- Busse, Marc & Dacorogna, Michel & Kratz, Marie, 2013. "The Impact of Systemic Risk on the Diversification Benefits of a Risk Portfolio," ESSEC Working Papers WP1321, ESSEC Research Center, ESSEC Business School.
- Marc Busse & Michel Dacorogna & Marie Kratz, 2013. "The Impact of Systemic Risk on the Diversification Benefits of a Risk Portfolio," Working Papers hal-00914844, HAL.
- Marc Busse & Michel Dacorogna & Marie Kratz, 2013. "The impact of systemic risk on the diversification benefits of a risk portfolio," Papers 1312.0506, arXiv.org.
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Keywordsdiversification; expected shortfall; investment risk; insurance premium; risk loading; risk measure; risk management; risk portfolio; stochastic model; systemic risk; value-at-risk;
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