Handbooks of Asian Finance

Authors: Editors: David Lee, Greg Gregoriou
Editions: Elsevier
Pages: 1120 pages
Date: July 2014
Asia's miraculous recovery from the 1997 crisis ushered in unexpected transformations to its economies and financial sectors. The reasons many Asian countries are growing above 6%, with double-digit growth for a year or two in-between, are investigated by this extensive research collection. The Handbooks of Asian Finance analyze the forces behind these growth rates. Insights into banking, fund performance, and the effects of trading technologies for practitioners to tax evasion, market manipulation, and corporate governance issues are all here, presented by expert scholars. Offering broader and deeper coverage than other handbooks, the Handbooks of Asian Finance explain what is going on in Asia today: Key Features:
  • Present the only micro- and market-related analysis of pan-Asian finance available today
  • Investigate the innovations in technology that have ushered in faster capital flow and larger trading volumes
  • Explore the implications implicit in the expansion of sovereign funds and the growth of the hedge fund and real estate fund management industries

About the Editors:

David Lee

David K.C. Lee is the founder of Ferrell Asset Management and a Visiting Professor of Quantitative Finance at Singapore Management University.

Greg Gregoriou

Greg N. Gregoriou is Professor of Finance, School of Business and Economics, State University of New York at Plattsburgh. He is an EDHEC Research Associate in Nice, France and also Research Associate at the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec Endowed Chair in Portfolio Management at the University of Quebec at Montreal, as well as Lecturer in the School of Continuing Studies at McGill University. Professor Gregoriou has published several books with Elsevier including Reconsidering Funds of Hedge Funds, Valuation and Pricing Models, and the Handbook of Short Selling, and is hedge fund editor and editorial board member of the Journal of Derivatives and Hedge Funds.

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