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Empirical evaluation of asset pricing models

Ravi Jagannathan

Empirical evaluation of asset pricing models

a comparison of the SDF and beta methods

by Ravi Jagannathan

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Assets (Accounting) -- Prices -- Econometric models.,
  • Moments method (Statistics)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRavi Jagannathan, Zhenyu Wang.
    GenreEconometric models.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- no. 8098, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 8098.
    ContributionsWang, Zhenyou., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination48 p. ;
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22414833M

    The use of single securities in empirical tests of asset pricing models guards against the data-snooping biases inherent in portfolio-based asset pricing tests (Lo and MacKinlay ) and avoids the loss of . Written by one of the leading experts in the field, this book focuses on the interplay between model specification, data collection, and econometric testing of dynamic asset pricing models. The first several chapters provide an in-depth treatment of the econometric methods used in .

    Empirical Asset Pricing: Models and Methods by Wayne Ferson. Febru Preface. This book is designed for PhD students in finance or advanced Masters students interested in empirical asset pricing and as a reference for researchers. The main goal is to help readers build and understand a tool kit for empirical asset pricing Size: 24KB. A Framework for Identifying Accounting Characteristics for Asset Pricing Models, with an Evaluation of Book-to-Price November 7, Scott A. Richardson Stephen H Penman Francesco Reggiani Irem Tuna. Topics - Market Risk and Efficiency.

    a. Overview of the issues in empirical asset pricing through the glasses of market efficiency 2. The Cross-Section of Expected Returns a. Testing CAPM and other issues b. Methodology: Estimating and Evaluating Asset Pricing Models c. Early tests of CAPM d. Recent tests of CAPM: size, B/M, momentum e. Multi-factor models f. The consumption CAPM g. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction to empirical asset pricing --Stochastic discount factors and yen --State pricing and m-talk --Maximization and the m-talk euler equations --Expected risk premiums and alphas --So many models, so little time (taxonomy) --Applications of m-talk --The three paradigms of empirical.


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The asset returns r t in our empirical investigation are the monthly gross return on Treasury bills and the monthly excess returns on the 25 stock portfolios sorted by firm size and book-to-market ratio. The sample consists of monthly observations from January to December We obtain the returns on the 25 stock portfolios from Kenneth French's by: An introduction to the theory and methods of empirical asset pricing, integrating classical foundations with recent developments.

This book offers a comprehensive advanced introduction to asset pricing, the study of models for the prices and returns of various securities. The focus is empirical, emphasizing how the models relate to the : The MIT Press.

An introduction to the theory and methods of empirical asset pricing, integrating classical foundations with recent developments. This book offers a comprehensive advanced introduction to asset pricing, the study of models for the prices and returns of various securities.

The focus is empirical, emphasizing how the models relate to the cturer: The MIT Press. An introduction to the theory and methods of empirical asset pricing, integrating classical foundations with recent developments. This book offers a comprehensive advanced introduction to asset pricing, the study of models for the prices and returns of various securities.

The focus is empirical, emphasizing how the models relate to the data. and Carhart () models therefore present a step forward in formulating an asset pricing model that will hold up under empirical evaluation, where the expected cost of equity is representative of the total return that can be expected from investing in a portfolio of shares.

"Empirical Evaluation of Asset-Pricing Models: A Comparison of the SDF and Beta Methods," Journal of Finance, American Finance Association, vol. 57(5), pagesOctober. Ravi Jagannathan & Zhenyu Wang,   A Framework for Identifying Accounting Characteristics for Asset Pricing Models, with an Evaluation of Book‐To‐Price European Financial Management, Vol.

24, Issue 4, pp. Number of pages: 33 Posted: 17 Sep Cited by: 6. compute model probabilities for the collection of all possible pricing models that can be formed from a given set of factors.

Beginning with the capital asset pricing model (CAPM) of Sharpe () and Lintner (), the asset pricing literature in finance has attempted to understand the determination of risk premia on financial Size: KB.

Downloadable. The stochastic discount factor (SDF) method provides a unified general framework for econometric analysis of asset pricing models. It has recently been pointed out that the generality of the SDF method may come at the cost of estimation efficiency. We show that there is no need for this concern.

The SDF method is as efficient as the classical beta method for estimating risk premia. Our analysis demonstrates the ability of the large-scale approach to improve the evaluation of asset pricing models.

The empirical results for the conditional and human capital CAPMs are particularly valuable because there continues to be much controversy surrounding their performance based on the standard portfolios (e.g., Ludvigson, ).Cited by: 1.

Asset Pricing Models JEL Codes: G12, C Asset pricing models with potentially too many risk factors are increasingly common in empirical work. Unfortunately, they can yield misleading statistical inferences.

Unlike other studies focusing on the properties of standard estimators and tests, we estimate the sets of SDFs and risk prices. Empirical Asset Pricing: The Cross Section of Stock Returns is a comprehensive overview of the most important findings of empirical asset pricing research.

The book begins with thorough expositions of the most prevalent econometric techniques with in-depth discussions of the implementation and interpretation of results illustrated through.

Section 2 presents the international asset pricing models. Section 3 discusses the estimation methodology and the evaluation criteria. Section 4 describes the portfolio returns and the factors used.

Section 5 presents the results, and provides a summary and discussion of the evaluation. Section 6 concludes the paper. International Asset. A Framework for Identifying Accounting Characteristics for Asset Pricing Models, with an Evaluation of Book-to-Price 1.

Introduction A long stream of papers documents correlations between firm characteristics and future stock returns. Empirical asset pricing research interprets some of these observed “characteristic”Cited by: 6.

Get this from a library. Empirical evaluation of asset pricing models: a comparison of the SDF and beta methods. [Ravi Jagannathan; Zhenyu Wang; National Bureau of Economic Research.]. returns. Empirical asset pricing research interprets a number of these observed correlations as evidence of a risk-return relationship and thus a basis for building asset pricing models.

For the main part, characteristics have been identified simply by observing what predicts returns in theCited by: Empirical evaluation of asset pricing models: Arbitrage and pricing errors in contingent claims Article in Journal of Empirical Finance 19() January with 23 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

A framework for identifying accounting characteristics for asset pricing models, with an evaluation of book‐to‐price Stephen H. Penman E-mail address: [email protected] by: 6.

An Empirical Evaluation of the Capital Asset Pricing Model Blake Taylor December 8, Introduction. The Capital Asset Pricing Model, which was developed in the mid 's, uses various assumptions about markets and investor behavior to give a set of equilibrium conditions that allow us to predict the return of an asset for its level of.

Ferson, Wayne E., "Theory and Empirical Testing of Asset Pricing Models." Chapter 5 of Finance, Handbooks in Operations Research and Management Science, Volume 9, edited.

This course provides an overview of the eld of asset pricing. The emphasis of this course is on the theoretical underpinnings of the eld and the evaluation of models built to address the empirical regularities observed in the US (and to some extent international) securities data.This Paper assesses the ability of international asset pricing models to explain the cross-sectional variation in expected returns.

All the models considered seem to capture national market returns fairly well. Global portfolios sorted on earnings-price ratio and market value, however, pose a special challenge. We find that an unconditional inter national CAPM cannot explain the cross.to provide an empirical evaluation of how welI a number of alternative pricing models fare in terms of predicting underwriting profit margins over an extended period of time.

The tests contained herein are based on the actual results achieved by all U.S. stock insurers in aggregate from through