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Added to Your Shopping Cart Add to cart Description As commodity markets have continued their expansion an extensive and complex financial industry has developed to service them.
This industry includes hundreds of participating firms, including asset managers, brokers, consultants, verification agencies and a myriad of other institutions. Universities and other training institutions have responded to this rapid expansion of commodity markets as well as their substantial future growth potential by launching specialized courses on the subject.
The Economics of Commodity Markets attempts to bridge the gap between academics and working professionals by way of a textbook that is both theoretically informative and practical. The book is composed of three parts that cover: The key original approach to the subject matter lies in a shift away from the descriptive to the econometric analysis of commodity markets.
Information on market trends of commodities is presented in the first part, with a strong emphasis on the quantitative treatment of that information in the remaining two parts of the book.
Readers are provided with a clear and succinct exposition of up-to-date financial economic and econometric methods as these apply to commodity markets.
In addition a number of useful empirical applications are introduced and discussed. This book is a self-contained offering, discussing all key methods and insights without descending into superfluous technicalities.
All explanations are structured in an accessible manner, permitting any reader with a basic understanding of mathematics and finance to work their way through all parts of the book without having to resort to external sources.
About the Author Dr. Prior to this position, Dr. He received his Ph. He acts as an Investment Manager in the asset management branch of a bank in Switzerland.
His expertise is built on an on-going combination between professional skills gained from building decision tools and strategic decision making, and active academic research focusing on the application of econometric tools relating economics and finance.
Florian completed his Ph. He then occupied various positions, moving from an Econometrician position to becoming an Active Investment Manager.The informational role of commodity prices in formulating monetary policy: A reexamination Titus O. Awokuse* Department of Food and Resource Economics University of Delaware Jian Yang Department of Accounting, Finance and Information Systems Prairie View A&M University Different from Cody and Mills (), where the Fed was not.
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One of the innovations in this work is the use of advanced econometric techniques to shed light on linkages between different commodity markets and their dependence on macro-economic variables. Thus, the book complements recent research on the role that commodity inventories play in driving commodity prices.