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Dissertations from 2019

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Financial Market Risk and Macroeconomic Stability Variables: Dynamic Interactions and Feedback Effects, Agnieszka M. Chomicz-Grabowska

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The Influence of Publicly-traded REITs and Market-based Inflation Expectations on Daily-priced Private Commercial Real Estate Returns, Tiffany Burns Gherlone

Dissertations from 2018

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The Effect of Excess Reserves on U.S Real Gross Domestic Product, Prince J. Adjei

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Hedging with Volatility, Mário Alagoa

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The Legend of WARA and Benchmarking Purchase Price Allocation Data, Matthew Crane

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Stock Buyback Announcements: An Examination of Abnormal Returns in Stock Price & Credit Default Swaps for S&P100 Companies, Alan L. DelFavero

Dissertations from 2017

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Evaluating Volatility Forecasts in Various Equity Market Regimes, John P. Felletter

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Effects of the Basel III Liquidity Risk Metrics on U.S. Bank Performance and Stability, Cecelia Mundt

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Essays in Financial Economics, Johnson Owusu-Amoako

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VIX and Market-Implied Inflation Expectations, Carolyne Cebrian Soper

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Wavering Interactions between Commodity Futures Prices and USD Exchange Rates, Monika Sywak