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Finance d'Entreprise 2018

Finance d'Entreprise 2018

P. VERNIMMEN, P. QUIRY, Y. LE FUR

Dalloz

2017



Rational Investing - The Subtleties of Asset Management

Rational Investing - The Subtleties of Asset Management

H. LANGLOIS, J. LUSSIER

Columbia University Press

2017



Many investors believe that success in investing is either luck or clairvoyance. In Rational Investing, finance professor Hugues Langlois and asset manager Jacques Lussier present the current state of asset management and clarify the conundrum of luck versus skill. The core of Rational Investing is a framework for smart investing built around three performance drivers: balancing exposure to risk factors, efficiently diversifying bad luck, and taking advantage of relative mispricings in financial markets. With clear examples from model multi-asset-class portfolios, Langlois and Lussier show how to implement performance drivers like institutional investors with access to extensive resources, as well as nonprofessional investors who are constrained to small-scale transactions. There are few investment products, whether traditional or alternative, discretionary or systematic, fundamental or quantitative, whose performance cannot be analyzed through this framework. Langlois and Lussier illuminate the structure of financial markets and the mechanics of sustainable investing so any investor can become a rational player, from the nonprofessional investor with a basic knowledge of statistics all the way to seasoned investment professionals wishing to challenge their understanding of the asset management industry

Finance d'entreprise 2017 - 15ème édition

Finance d'entreprise 2017 - 15ème édition

P. VERNIMMEN, P. QUIRY, Y. LE FUR

Dalloz

2016



Finance d'entreprise 2016

Finance d'entreprise 2016

previously titled Finance d'entreprise - édition 2015 , Dalloz, Paris, 2014

P. VERNIMMEN, P. QUIRY, Y. LE FUR

Dalloz, Paris

14e éd.th ed., 2015



Morocco Emergence and Global Development

Morocco Emergence and Global Development

H.-L. VEDIE

ESKA

2015



In 15 years the Moroccan economy has become not only an emerging economy but a resilient economy. Visitors to any region or province in the Kingdom see evidence of ongoing projects. This, of course, is not by chance or a gift of nature. Morocco’s economy, unlike that of neighbouring countries, is not a rentier economy. It has been necessary to innovate, take risks, etc. Led by its sovereign Mohammed VI, the initiator of all the extensive schemes, of a policy of major projects which Keynes would not have disowned, of opening up to world markets and the African market in particular, Morocco has chosen the path to modernity. That modernity is now part of a global development, making human development a primary aim and sustainable development a priority. This should enable Morocco to export clean energy to Europe. Henri-Louis VEDIE has a doctorate in Economics and a graduate diploma in Law and is currently Emeritus Professor of the HEC School of Management (Paris), Finance/Economics Department. He has written dozens of articles, published in France and abroad, and some fifteen books on both micro-economics and macro-economics, focusing on current issues and on Morocco, on which he has become an acknowledged expert. He also acts as a consultant for companies and international bodies, including the Council of Europe


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