Auteur: Marszk, Adam
Auteur: Lechman, Ewa
Editeur: Elsevier Science
Publication: 2019
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ISBN: 978-0-12813639-3
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Exchange-Traded Funds in Europe provides a single point of reference on a diverse set of regional ETF markets, illuminating the roles ETFs can play in risk mitigation and speculation. Combining empirical data with models and case studies, the authors use diffusion models and panel/country-specific regressions?as well as graphical and descriptive analyses? to show how ETFs are more than conventional, passive investments. With new insights on how ETFs can improve market efficiency and how investors can benefit when using them as investment tools, this book reveals the complexity of the world's second largest ETF market and the ways that ETFs are transforming it.

  • Identifies benefits and threats that ETFs bring to European financial markets
  • Combines empirical data with a full, in-depth analysis of the topic and the special characteristics of Europe
  • Examines the diffusion patterns of innovative financial products, the role of ICT, and the consequent effects of ETFs on the underlying European stock markets
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