Market conditions and hedge fund survival

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Mark A. Carlson; Jason Steinman;
  • Subject: Hedge funds

As the hedge fund industry has grown, there has been increased concern that, during sharp market moves, hedge fund failures could exacerbate the deterioration in financial conditions and deepen a crisis. However, there has not been much formal analysis regarding the imp... View more
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