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dc.contributor.authorCajueiro, Daniel Oliveira
dc.contributor.authorTabak, Benjamin Miranda
dc.identifier.citationCAJUEIRO, D ; TABAK, B . Evidence of long range dependence in Asian equity markets: the role of liquidity and market restrictions. Physica. A, v. 342, n. 3-4, p. 656-664, 2004.pt_BR
dc.description.abstractIn this paper, the efficient market hypothesis is tested for China, Hong Kong and Singapore by means of the long memory dependence approach. We find evidence suggesting that Hong Kong is the most efficient market followed by Chinese A type shares and Singapore and finally by Chinese B type shares, which suggests that liquidity and capital restrictions may play a role in explaining results of market efficiency tests.pt_BR
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dc.subjectLong-range dependencept_BR
dc.subjectTime varying Hurst's exponentpt_BR
dc.titleEvidence of long range dependence in Asian equity markets: the role of liquidity and market restrictionspt_BR
dc.journalPhysica Apt_BR
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