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L'investissement dans les marches emergents: le point vue de l'investisseur canadien

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  • Assoe, K.
  • Inoussa, R.
  • L'Her, J.-F.
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    Les marchis imergents ont beaucoup retenu l'attention des investisseurs au cours des dernihres annies. En se basant sur 18 marchis boursiers imergents, ce papier prisente les caractiristiques de ces marchis en les comparant ` celles de 17 marchis diveloppis. L'opportuniti pour un investisseur canadien d'elargir son univers de placement aux marches boursiers emergents est egalement etudiee. Deux types d'investisseurs canadiens sont considiris : un investisseur qui n'a aucune contrainte relative a la proportion de son portefeuille investie dans des actifs etrangers, et un investisseur qui, face a des contraintes legales ou statutaires, ne peut placer qu'une certaine proportion de son portefeuille dans des actifs etrangers. Les resultats montrent les avantages qu'offrent les marches boursiers emergents en terme de diversification de portefeuille aux deux types d'investisseurs canadiens.

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    Paper provided by Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales de Montreal- in its series Papers with number 99-08.

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    Length: 17 pages
    Date of creation: 1999
    Handle: RePEc:fth:etcomo:99-08
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