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Integration of Emergency Equity Markets: Major Asian Players

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  • Evzen Kocenda


  • Jan Hanousek


This paper analyzes the most advanced part of the emerging capital market of East Asia in order to assess its weak- form efficiency and to test for the conver-gence of market returns in the different countries The analysis of convergence addresses the question of whether the markets in East Asia are becoming a single market rather than a group of segmented ones and whether they behave efficiently. We haw found support for the fact that the returns of Fast Asian capital markets are converging within selected group and "limiting" group mean returns are weak-form efficient.

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Article provided by Korean Economic Association in its journal Korean Economic Review.

Volume (Year): 14 (1998)
Issue (Month): ()
Pages: 99-113

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Handle: RePEc:kea:keappr:ker-199806-14-1-06
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