Financial Education & Inclusion

 

Risk Premium Spillovers among Stock Markets: Evidence from Higher-Order Moments

by Marinela Adriana Finta (SKBI) and Sofiane Aboura (University of Paris XIII)

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Sustainable Finance

 

Commodity Return Predictability: Evidence from Implied Variance, Skewness and their Risk Premia

by Marinela Adriana Finta (SKBI) and José Renato Haas Ornelas, Banco Central do Brasil)

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Japanese monetary policy and its impact on stock market implied volatility during pleasant and unpleasant weather

by Marinela Adriana Finta (SKBI)

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Impact Assessment and Measurement with Sustainable Development Goals*

by Dave Fernandez(SKBI), Hao Liang (SMU LKCSB), Mikkel Larsen (DBS)

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*working paper

Financial Technology

 

Financial Technology and Inclusion in ASEAN*

by Dave Fernandez and Marc Rakotomalala (SKBI)

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SKBI ADBI

Macroeconomic Stabilization in the Digital Age

Edited by John Bernie (ADBI) and Dave Fernandez (SKBI)

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*working paper

Data & Governance

 
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Other areas of Financial Economics

 
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Market Dynamics / Macro Economic Trends:

 
The SKBI Big5 Survey

The SKBI Big5 survey focuses on the multiyear outlook and assessment of the biggest five economies in the world, namely China, Euro Area, India, Japan and the United States.

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Professional Forecasters

SKBI Principal Researcher, Thomas Lam’s ongoing participation in the Survey of Professional Forecasters.

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Livingston Survey (December 2020)

SKBI Principal Researcher, Thomas Lam's ongoing participation in the Livingston Survey, as the only Asian voice

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