Models for investors in real world markets

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John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2003 - Business & Economics - 372 pages
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* Considers neoclassical models in light of results that can go wrong with them to bring about better models.
* Questions the assumption that markets clear quickly.
* Offers a timely examination of the LTCM collapse.
* Written by a group of well-respected and highly qualified authors.

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Contents

Some Conventional Building Blocks With Various Reservations
29
Diversification and Portfolio Selection
61
Capital Market Equilibrium Theories
83
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JAMES R. THOMPSON, PhD, is the Noah Harding Professor of Statistics at Rice University.

EDWARD E. WILLIAMS, PhD, is Henry Gardiner Symonds Professor at the Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business Administration at Rice University.

M. CHAPMAN FINDLAY, III, PhD, is President and Director of Fin Fin Inc., and Director of First Texas Venture Capital, LLC, and a principal at Findlay, Phillips and Associates in Los Angeles, California.

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