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Input for unanticipated risk premium estimation
In the paper "Economic Forces and the Stock Market" by Chen, Roll and Ross, unanticipated risk premium (URP) is tested as a potential risk factor for stock returns. This factor is commonly calculated ...
Sep 13 '13 at 14:37
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