Energy Firms in Emerging Markets: Systemic Risk and Diversification Opportunities
Helena Chuliá (),
Jorge A. Muñoz-Mendoza () and
Jorge Uribe ()
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Jorge A. Muñoz-Mendoza: Department of Business Management, University of Concepcion, Chile. School of Economics, University of Barcelona, Spain.
No 202216, IREA Working Papers from University of Barcelona, Research Institute of Applied Economics
Previous studies in energy stock markets have analyzed market connectedness using aggregate indexes and focusing on developed markets. We depart from the extant literature and we focus our attention on companies listed on emerging stock markets and examine connectedness from the firm’s perspective. Using a two-step approach, we remove the common global factors from energy stock returns and estimate the network of global energy stocks in emerging markets. We show that idiosyncratic components are highly relevant for our understanding of risk transmission in energy markets. Moreover, we offer precise diversification alternatives and identify the most systemically important firms and countries.
Keywords: Energy firms; Spillovers; Connectedness; Network. JEL classification: G15; Q43; Q48. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 34 pages
Date: 2022-10, Revised 2022-10
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