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Description - The Finance by Ian Garrett

Fully updated, the second edition of The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management: Finance presents new contributions to reflect the emergence of behavioral finance (loss aversion, the housemoney effect, and momentum, for example), advances in asset pricing and methods in finance such as the role of Threshold Autoregressive and Markov Switching models.* Provides clear, concise, up to the minute and highly informative definitions and explanations of the key concepts covering the whole of the fast changing field of contemporary finance* Includes new entries that reflect developments and growth in areas such as behavioral finance, asset pricing, and the emergence of nonlinear econometric models;* Brings together entries from an international team of more than 90 of the world's best known and respected finance scholars and teachers.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781405118262
ISBN-10: 1405118261
Format: Hardback
(265mm x 189mm x 20mm)
Pages: 248
Imprint: Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley & Sons Ltd)
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Publish Date: 22-Jun-2006
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Ian Garrett

Ian Garrett is Professor of Finance at the Manchester School of Accounting and Finance, University of Manchester. Prior to joining Manchester University in 1996, he was a lecturer in the Department of Economics and Finance at Brunel University. His current research interests are in dividend policy, the relationship between spot and derivative markets and their implications for the predictability of mispricing, and the empirical performance of asset pricing models and their ability to explain behavioral anomalies.