The Impact of Chinaâ€™s Capital Market Opening Up to the Domestic Stock Idiosyncratic Risk
Journal of Applied Finance & Banking, 2022, vol. 12, issue 2, 5
In this paper we studied impact of an exogenous event that represents Chinaâ€™s capital market opening up policy: the â€œA-share inclusion in the MSCI indexâ€ for Chinaâ€™s domestic Stock assets. By constructing the Diff in Diff (DID) model, it is found that event have significantly reduce the idiosyncratic risk of the stocks that have been included into the index, which proved that the overall advantages of the capital market opening up policy outweigh the disadvantages. Â
Keywords: Capital market opening up; Idiosyncratic risk; Liquidity. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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