Ercan Balaban

University of Aberdeen

Associate Professor of Finance

Dunbar Street

Aberdeen, Scotland AB24 3QY

United Kingdom

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (5)

1.

Forecasting Stock Market Volatility: Evidence from Fourteen Countries

U of Edinburgh, Center for Financial Markets Research Working Paper No. 02.04; EFMA 2003 Helsinki Meetings
Number of pages: 29 Posted: 03 Dec 2002
Ercan Balaban, Asli Bayar and Robert W. Faff
University of Aberdeen, Cankaya University - Department of Management and University of Queensland
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2.

Forecasting Exchange Rate Volatility

Number of pages: 14 Posted: 28 Jan 2004
Ercan Balaban
University of Aberdeen
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Heteroscedasticity, Symmetric/asymmetric volatility clustering, Forecasting, Exchange rates, Forecast evaluation

3.

Comparative Forecasting Performance of Symmetric and Asymmetric Conditional Volatility Models of an Exchange Rate

University of Edinburgh Center for Financial Markets Research Working Paper No. 02.06
Number of pages: 14 Posted: 04 Dec 2002
Ercan Balaban
University of Aberdeen
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Volatility clustering, symmetric and asymmetric volatility, forecasting, exchange rates, forecast evaluation

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Forecasting the Term Structure of Volatility of Crude Oil Price Changes

Economics Letters, Vol. 141, April 2016
Number of pages: 3 Posted: 24 Feb 2017 Last Revised: 26 Feb 2017
Ercan Balaban and Shan Lu
University of Aberdeen and affiliation not provided to SSRN
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Volatility term structure; Square-root-of-time rule; Forecasting; Forecast evaluation; Oil prices

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Econophysics and phynance, Scaling laws, Hurst exponent, Risk scaling, Realized volatility term structure, Fractal market hypothesis