Extreme downside risk in asset returns
Does extreme downside risk require a risk premium in the pricing of individual assets? Extreme downside risk is a conditional measure for the co-movement of individual stocks with the market, given that the state of the world is extremely bad. This measure, derived from statistical extreme value the...
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[Ottawa] Bank of Canada 
Bank of Canada: Staff working paper ; 2019, 46 (December 2019)