Efeito das experiências passadas nos investimentos financeiros na Europa : análise empirica com base no SHARELIFE e SHARE (2006-2010)

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Ponte, Joel Cabrita Pincho da;
(2013)
  • Publisher: Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão
  • Subject: Europa | Macroeconomic Shock | Bondholdings | Choque Macroeconómico | SHARELIFE | Stockholdings | Household Finance | SHARE | Experiência de Investimento | Investment Experience | Europe

Mestrado em Finanças Esta tese investiga os efeitos das experiências passadas dos detentores de ações e obrigações, que viveram a Crise Financeira de 2008, num contexto da Household Finance. Após análise da literatura, foi possível testar empiricamente modelos para S... View more
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