Macro Markets: Creating Institutions for Managing Society's Largest Economic Risks

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Subject Index
agricultural futures markets
hedging in 100-9
long-term hypothetical 109-10
Aldrich, Eastman and Waltch89
ambiguity 20-1, 216
American Stock Exchange40-1
analysis of covariance 134-5
analysis of variance 174
appraised value 170-1
art market 110-4
assessed value 165-6, 221
Association of Art Museum Directors112
Athena II limited partnerships 222
backwardation:
difficulty measuring costs of 106-7
as insurance premium 54
bankruptcy 56
base-weighted aggregative index 223
basis pricing:
in agricultural futures 104-5
in housing market 87
Bayesian methods 162-4; see also information; smoothing
betas 66-8
bias:
correction for sample selection 146
introduction in repeatedmeasures indices of 147
see also selection bias model
binomial model (of repeated measures) 152-6
bonds:
commodity linked 222
CPI index-linked 96-7, 222
land valued indexed 222
booms 79, 221; see also speculative bubbles
Brazil, CPI futures in 15, 216
bubbles see speculative bubbles
business, unincorporated 92-4
capital flows, international 58
cash settlement:
in futures markets 36, 43
indices used in futures market 116-8
in perpetual futures market 42-3
cell index estimate 120-1
chain index:
for infrequently traded assets 123-6
regression-per-period 128
chain index formula 119-24
characteristics:
observed 126129-31
of perpetual claims 39-40
unobserved 129-31
see also hedonic or quality variables
Chicago, Home Equity Assurance Program 83
Chicago Board of Tradevii, 35, 213
Chicago Board Options Exchange 11
Chicago Mercantile Exchange 11-2, 43, 213
C-IGRS estimator see constrained interval-weighted geometric repeat sales (C-IGRS) esti­ mator

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Acknowledgements x
  • Contents xiii
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Psychological Barriers 17
  • 3 - Mechanisms for Hedging Long Streams of Income 31
  • 4 - National Income and Labor Income Markets 52
  • Appendix to Chapter 4: Econometric methods 72
  • 5 - Real Estate and Other Markets 78
  • 6 - The Construction of Index Numbers for Contract Settlement 116
  • 7 - Index Numbers: Issues and Alternatives 152
  • 8 - The Problem of Index Revisions 182
  • 9 - Making It Happen 201
  • Notes 215
  • References 228
  • Author Index 241
  • Subject Index 245
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