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Economic Foundations for Finance

From Main Street to Wall Street

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Springer

Pages: 178
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This book provides readers with essential concepts from financial economics for an integrated study of the financial system and the real economy. It discusses how long-term market prices are determined and affected by...

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This book provides readers with essential concepts from financial economics for an integrated study of the financial system and the real economy. It discusses how long-term market prices are determined and affected by population growth, technological progress and non-renewable resources. The meaning of market prices is examined from the perspective of households and from the perspective of firms. The book therefore connects different fields of finance, which usually focus only on either the households’ side or the firms’ side.

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Provides a systematic analysis of market prices from the perspective of households and firms to help readers to gain a more integrated view of financial markets

Illustrates real-world examples to help readers to apply basic economic tools in discussions of highly topical issues in economics and finance

Includes numerous exercises at the end of the book providing the reader with a comprehension check

Introduction
Financial Markets and Institutions
The Basic Economic Model
Extension of the Model to Capital
Extension of the Model to an Infinite Horizon
Extension of the Model to Uncertainty
Extension of the Model to Exhaustible Resources
Aggregation
Conclusion
Appendix: Exercises
Mathematical Tools
Sufficiency of the First Order Conditions
Covariance of SDF and Returns
References
Index.
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Thorsten Hens is a Swiss Finance Institute Professor of Financial Economics at the University of Zurich as well as an adjunct professor at the Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen and the University of Lucerne. He studied in Bonn and Paris and previously held positions in Stanford and Bielefeld.

Sabine Elmiger is a research associate at the University of Zurich and visiting scholar at the University of Cape Town. She studied at the ETH Zurich and obtained her Ph.D. from the University of Zurich.

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Thorsten Hens is a Swiss Finance Institute Professor of Financial Economics at the University of Zurich as well as an adjunct professor at the Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen and the University of Lucerne. He studied in Bonn and Paris and previously held positions in Stanford and Bielefeld.

Sabine Elmiger is a research associate at the University of Zurich and visiting scholar at the University of Cape Town. She studied at the ETH Zurich and obtained her Ph.D. from the University of Zurich.

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