Glen Donaldson

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Returns on international equities are characterized by jumps; moreover, these jumps tend to occur at the same time across countries leading to systemic risk. In this paper, we evaluate whether systemic risk reduces substantially the gains from international diversification. First, in order to capture these stylized facts, we develop a model of international(More)
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Dissatisfaction with traditional accounting-based performance measures has spawned a number of alternatives, of which Economic Value Added (EVA) is clearly the most prominent. How can we tell which performance measures best capture managerial contributions to value? There is currently a heated debate among practitioners as to whether the new performance(More)
One striking feature of international portfolio investment is the extent to which equity portfolios are concentrated in the domestic equity market of the investor–the home bias puzzle. In this paper, I examine the role of investors' perception of the risk of foreign investment on their portfolio choices. The expected returns and risk of foreign investment(More)
  • Mankel A, Krause K Genenger, M Kost, Kothe E 2000 A, Miao V, Coëffet-Legal Mf +7 others
  • 2002
Do secondary substances in the thallus of a lichen promote CO 2 diffusion and prevent depression of net photosynthesis at high water content? Oecologia 112 : 1– 3. hydrophobin accumulated in the Hartig net of ectomycorrhiza formed between Tricholoma terreum and its compatible host tree is missing in an incompatible association. 2000. Interfacial(More)
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