Contributions published at Financial Economics (Felix Kübler)

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Show abstractChristian Fischer, Stressing Predicted Stock Prices - The Effect of Macroeconomic Shock Scenarios on Future Equity Prices, University of Zurich, Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, 2022. (Master's Thesis)
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Pascal Iten, Price Momentum Strategy in the commodity market: A portfolio-based empirical study to test profitability in the U.S. commodity futures market, University of Zurich, Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, 2022. (Bachelor's Thesis)
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Show abstractPhilipp Pag, Is Value and Momentum Relevant for Asian Markets?, University of Zurich, Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, 2022. (Master's Thesis)
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Show abstractYiyi Jiang, Stock Market Reaction in Green Bonds Issue in China, University of Zurich, Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, 2022. (Master's Thesis)
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Show abstractPrabaashan Selvarajah, The stock market performance of IPOs in Switzerland from 2000 to 2018, University of Zurich, Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, 2022. (Bachelor's Thesis)
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Show abstractFelix Kübler, Laurence Kotlikoff, Andrey Polbin, Simon Scheidegger, Can Today's and Tomorrow's World Uniformly Gain from Carbon Taxation?, In: Philadelphia Workshop on Macroeconomics & Economic Policy. 2022. (Conference Presentation)
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Felix Kübler, Simon Scheidegger, Global uncertainty quantification in a stochastic climate-economy model, In: Confronting Uncertainty in Climate Change”. 2022. (Conference Presentation)
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Show abstractJohannes Brumm, Xiangyu Feng, Laurence Kotlikoff, Felix Kübler, Are Deficits free?, Journal of Public Economics, Vol. 208, 2022. (Journal Article)
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Show abstractPeter Coy, Felix Kübler, Stopping Climate Change Doesn’t Need to Be Altruistic, In: The New York Times, 1 November 2021. (Media Coverage)
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Felix Kübler, Can economic policy mitigate climate change?, In: Can economic policy mitigate climate change?. 2021. (Conference Presentation)
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Show abstractLaurence Kotlikoff, Felix Kübler, Andrey Polbin, Simon Scheidegger, Can Today's and Tomorrow's World Uniformly Gain from Carbon Taxation?, In: NBER - National Bureau of Economic Research, No. 29224, 2021. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractErmira Hylaj, Optimale Rebalancing-Strategien für unterschiedliche Portfoliozusammensetzungen, University of Zurich, Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, 2021. (Bachelor's Thesis)
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Show abstractBarbara Capl, Optimal Asset Allocation with Reinforcement Learning, University of Zurich, Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, 2021. (Master's Thesis)
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Show abstractSimon Schmucki, Handelt es sich bei Aktienkursen von Rohstoffproduzenten um vorauseilende Indikatoren für den Preis ihres jeweiligen Basispreises? Eine Analyse der Handelsgüter Öl und Gold, University of Zurich, Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, 2021. (Bachelor's Thesis)
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Show abstractBosko Todorovic, Diversifikationseffekt von Gold während Covid-19, University of Zurich, Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, 2021. (Bachelor's Thesis)
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Naveen Panakkal, Der Momentum-Effekt anhand des 52-Wochenhochs und modifizierten Betrachtungsperioden in unterschiedlichen Konjunkturphasen auf dem Schweizer Aktienmarkt, University of Zurich, Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics, 2021. (Bachelor's Thesis)
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Show abstractMarlon Azinovic, Luca Gaegauf, Simon Scheidegger, Deep Equilibrium Nets, In: SSRN, No. 3393482, 2021. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractDoris Folini, Felix Kübler, Aleksandra Malova, Simon Scheidegger, The Climate in Climate Economics, In: -, No. -, 2021. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractLaurence Kotlikoff, Felix Kübler, Andrey Polbin, Simon Scheidegger, Pareto-Improving Carbon-Risk Taxation, Economic Policy, Vol. 36 (107), 2021. (Journal Article)
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Show abstractJohannes Brumm, Xiangyu Feng, Laurence Kotlikoff, Felix Kübler, When Interest Rates Go Low, Should Public Debt Go High?, In: NBER - National Bureau of Economic Research, No. 28951, 2021. (Working Paper)
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