• The Fear Factor. What Happens When Fear Grips Wall Street - C. Read  [Gebundene Ausgabe]
  • The Fear Factor. What Happens When Fear Grips Wall Street - C. Read [Gebundene Ausgabe]

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    EAN / ISBN-139780230228467
    Höhe22.9 cm
    AutorC. Read
    Produktformgebundene Ausgabe
    Seitenanzahl249
    HerausgeberPalgrave Macmillan UK
    Erscheinungsdatum 2009
    InhaltsverzeichnisIntroduction PART I: THE NATURE OF RISK The Biology and Psychology of Fear An Economic Definition of Fear and Risk PART II: THE SUPPLY AND DEMAND OF LOANABLE FUNDS The Demand Side The Supply Side Balance of Capital PART III: MEASUREMENT OF RISK The Risk Premium - How Risk Affects Expected Returns The Fear Premium The Demographics of Risk and Fear The Microeconomics of Risk Aversion PART IV: THE PROBLEMS WITH RISK Moral Hazard Privatized Gains and Socialized Losses Adverse Selection and Imperfect Information Risk, Uncertainty, Fear, and Gambling PART V: RISK AND THE MARKET Market Volatility and Returns Fear, Panic, and Market Returns The Fear Factor PART VI: A HISTORY OF PANICS A Brief History of the Fear Gripped Market The Roaring Twenties and the Great Crash The Depression-Gripped Economy Along Comes Keynes PART VII: COORDINATION FAILURES The Market for Lemmings, or Tale of Two Cultures The Role of Machines and Programmed Trading The Ratings Agencies - More Perfect Information? PART VIII: SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AS AN ANTIDOTE TO FEAR Where Were the Regulators Ethics and Social Responsibility Wall Street, Main Street, and the Social Contract PART IX: INSTITUTIONS THE AMELIORATE OR AMPLIFY FEAR The Media as an Antidote to Fear Politics That Fan the Flames of Fear Is There More to Fear than Fear Itself? PART X: SOLUTIONS AND CONCLUSIONS Economic Leadership as an Antidote to Fear A Dozen Prescriptions to Take Back the Markets Conclusions Glossary Index Endnotes
    HauptbeschreibungA fascinating discussion of the role played by fear in financial market panics. Professor Read demonstrates, in easy-to-understand terms, that rising market fear portends to major financial declines. He explains the science and the economics of fear and shows that the financial market has learned how to capitalize on investor or economic fear
    Breite15.2 cm
    SpracheEnglisch

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