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Detekce změn v panelových datech: Změna parametrů Fama-French modelu u vybraných evropských akcií v období finanční krize

Detection of Changes in Panel Data: Change in Fama-French Model Parameters for Selected European Stocks During the Financial Crisis

Jaromír Antoch, Marie Hušková, Jan Hanousek () and Jiří Trešl

Politická ekonomie, 2019, vol. 2019, issue 1, 3-19

Abstract: This study identifies systemic break points in a factor pricing model for firms traded on European stock markets around the financial crisis. The aim is to shed light on the systemic risk transfer in explaining average stock returns in the fragmented European exchanges. Our analysis takes advantage of recent development in econometrics and employs models which enable “automatic” detection of factor model break points. We find that Western European exchanges are more closely integrated with American financial markets than Northern European stock exchanges and those in the United Kingdom. However, all exchanges were eventually affected by the systemic shock. The results of this study provide insight into immunisation strategies for portfolios created from European stocks.

Keywords: panel data; asset pricing; change point detection; Fama-French four-factor model; sum-type test statistics (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C10 C23 G01 G11 G12 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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