Rethinking Risk ( II ) : The Size and Value Effects

@inproceedings{Estrada2014RethinkingR,
  title={Rethinking Risk ( II ) : The Size and Value Effects},
  author={Javier Estrada},
  year={2014}
}
JAVIER ESTRADA is a professor of finance at IESE Business School in Barcelona, Spain and partner and financial advisor at Sport Global Consulting Investments in Spain. jestrada@iese.edu Return and risk are to f inance what benef it and cost are to economics; that is, the two variables at the heart of most decisions. In finance, assessing the return an investor obtained from an asset is trivial, but assessing the risk the investor bore is not. This is simply because risk can be assessed in a… 
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