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Onweerlegbaar Bewijs? Over het Belang en de Waarde van empirisch Onderzoek voor Financierings - en Beleggingsvraagstukken


Marno Verbeek


Erasmus University - Rotterdam School of Management; Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM); Netspar

May 16, 2003

ERIM Report Series Reference No. EIA-2002-009-F&A

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The use of advanced econometric techniques is becoming more and more standard in risk management and investments. Empirical results are important for, e.g., deriving and evaluating asset pricing models, determining attractive investment strategies or the evaluation of the performance of mutual funds. On the basis of a number of examples, the author illustrates the power of empirical evidence, paying particular attention to cases where statistical evidence can be highly misleading.

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Keywords: Data snooping, look-ahead bias, mutual funds, predictability, efficient market hypothesis

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Date posted: April 6, 2005  

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Verbeek, Marno, Onweerlegbaar Bewijs? Over het Belang en de Waarde van empirisch Onderzoek voor Financierings - en Beleggingsvraagstukken (May 16, 2003). ERIM Report Series Reference No. EIA-2002-009-F&A. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=678258

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