Emerging Capital Markets: Financial and Investment Issues

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Jongmoo Jay Choi, John Doukas
Quorum, Jan 1, 1998 - Business & Economics - 348 pages

The editors of this volume provide a comprehensive and in-depth collection of articles on financial and investment issues in emerging capital markets. The collection offers coverage of all major emerging countries as well as all major topics related to emerging market finance.

By presenting general, conceptual essays as well as technical, specific essays in a coherent framework, the book attempts to broaden the traditional finance and international finance literature to include emerging market countries where markets are more rigid, segmented, or fragmented than developed market countries. Researchers, graduate students, finance professionals, investors, and policy makers will find this volume useful.

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Contents

Financial and Investment Issues in Emerging Capital Markets
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Reexamination of Sovereign Debt Service Capacity Volatility
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Intertemporal Stability of Stock Returns and Relationship
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About the author (1998)

J. JAY CHOI is Professor of Finance and International Business at Temple University.JOHN A. DOUKAS is Professor of Old Dominion University.

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