The International Price of Exchange Rate Risk: Evidence from the ICAPM
Mohamed Arouri ()
The IUP Journal of Applied Economics, 2005, vol. IV, issue 6, 34-60
In this paper, we investigate whether exchange rate risk is internationally priced for both developed and emerging stock markets. we use a multivariate GARCH-in-Mean specification and test alternative conditional international CAPM versions. The evidence supports strongly the international asset pricing model that includes exchange rate risk. However, there are important time and cross-country variations in the relative size and dynamics of different risk premia.
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