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Wednesday, November 09, 2005


Harry Sagger

I think the results (I haven't read the paper yet) by Kent, Smith and Holloway seem to miss the other side if the story, that being the rise in firm level volality.

This is impornat becuase while at the aggregate level something like product market reform has reduced aggregate volatlity it has not at the firm level.

Studies on the US look to explain the trend of declining aggregate volatility, but the rise in firm level risk. The study finds that firm volatility has increased with de-regulation (Diego Comin and Thomas Philippon, 2005).

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