Macro-economic and financial determinants of comovement across global real estate security markets

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Stevenson, Simon;
(2013)
  • Publisher: University of Reading

This paper models the determinants of integration in the context of global real estate security markets. Using both local and U.S. Dollar denominated returns, we model conditional correlations across listed real estate sectors and also with the global stock market. The ... View more
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