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By Jianping Mei, Prof. Hsien-Hsing Liao, Hsien-Hsing Liao

ISBN-10: 9810245637

ISBN-13: 9789810245634

Actual property finance is a fast-developing sector the place best caliber learn is in nice call for. within the US, the genuine property marketplace is worthy approximately US$4 trillion, and the REITs marketplace approximately US$200 billion; tens of hundreds of thousands of actual property pros are operating in this sector. The marketplace abroad can be significantly better, specifically in Asia.

Given the quickly turning out to be genuine property securities undefined, this ebook fills a big hole in present genuine property learn and educating. it's a great reference for funding pros as good as senior MBA and PhD scholars.

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MEI* Associate Professor of Finance, New York University, Stern School of Business, Department of Finance, 900 Tisch Hall, New York, NY 10003 Recent evidence suggests that the variation in the expected excess returns is predictable and arises from changes in business conditions. Using a multi-factor, latent-variable model with time-varying risk premiums, we decompose excess returns into expected and unexpected excess returns to examine what determines movements in expected excess asset returns and to what extent asset returns move together.

T h e s t a n d a r d errors r e p o r t e d here have been corrected for heteroskedasticity using t h e G M M of H a n s e n (1982). 42 Asset Pricing an impressive degree of movement in expected excess returns. 061). Thus we also estimate a "two-factor" model, the results of which are reported in panel B of Table 3. We normalize the value-weighted stock to have a beta of one on the first factor and a beta of zero on the second factor, and we normalize bonds to be the reverse. Under such normalization, we see that small cap stocks are more sensitive than EREITs to pervasive forces that affect value-weighted stocks, whereas EREITs appear to be a better hedge instrument than small stocks against systematic shocks that affect bond excess returns.

To test the restriction in Eq. 5), we first renormalized the model by setting the factor loadings of the first K assets as follows: fy = 1 (if j = i) and fiij — 0 (if j ^ i) for 1 < i < K. 2 is a T x (N — K) matrix of excess returns on the rest of the assets. Using Eqs. 6) + [12 where X is a T x L matrix of the forecasting variables, © is a matrix of 8ij, and a is a matrix of o^-. If the linear pricing relationship in Eq. 2) holds, the rank restriction implies that the data should not be able to reject the null hypothesis Ho : a = @B, where B is a matrix of fy elements.

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