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We develop a model that captures the basic characteristics of competitively authoritarian regimes. An incumbent (government) faces a challenge from a rival (opposition). There is also an agent (bureaucracy) who can shirk and can interfere in this contest. Shirking is costly to the incumbent. The...
Currency crises are a recurring phenomenon. To increase the understanding of their changing nature, this paper analyses the evolution of currency crises and assesses them in the generation framework of theoretical models. The self-organising map (SOM), a neural network-based clustering and...
Monte Carlo methods are used to study the size and the power of three versions of the Jarque and Bera Lagrangian multiplier test for normality, JB(g 1 , g 2 ), JB(b 1 , b 2 ) and, finally, JB(k 1 , k 2 ). The difference between these tests comes from the different definitions (estimates) of...
This study examines return and risk properties arising from the construction of fund of funds (FoF) portfolios utilising actively managed Greek equity mutual funds. The evidence documents that while average return remains constant as the number of funds included in the FoF increases, risk is...
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