volume 2, issue 4, P809-972 1996
DOI: 10.1017/s1357321700004797
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R.S. Clarkson

Abstract: ABSTRACTThe paper compares and contrasts the theories and methodologies of financial economics with generalisations drawn from practical experience of institutional investment management. A Dynamic Equilibrium Model is put forward as a much more realistic theoretical framework than the Sharpe Diagonal Model, a downside theory of risk is developed from sports analogies, and a detailed model of human behaviour, incorporating benchmark levels of ‘unintelligent’, ‘intelligent’, ‘optimal’ and ‘rational’ behaviour, …

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