Browsing by Subject "Stock exchanges -- Thailand"
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Asset pricing on Thailand & Malaysia stock exchange: on the use of macroeconomic and behavioral factors (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017);
This thesis tests five macroeconomic variables that have been both theorized to affect stock returns and been proven to do so in past empirical research. Those variables are risk premium, industrial production, term structure, expected inflation, and unexpected inflation. The variables are retested for their statistical significance using four years of monthly contemporary data using Thailand and Malaysia as two of the five ASEAN markets (Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia). Contrary to previous studies, this study finds ...
Determinants of market quality : a case of the stock exchange of Thailand (National Institute of Development Administration, 1998);
Fixed asset revaluation : management motivation and value relevance (National Institute of Development Administration, 2006);
Securities brokerage regulation : the effectiveness of regulation implementation (National Institute of Development Administration, 2011);
The roles of the capital market have been seen to be very critical in the economic development of Thailand. The capital market plays a critical role in mobilizing savings for investment in productive assets, with views to enhancing countries’ long-term growth prospects. On the other hand, the roles of the securities brokerage firms can be seen as intermediaries that provide linkages between investors and the capital market. Many of the financial supervisory agencies in the different jurisdictions have been trying to initiate various regulations ...
The empirical study of the stock returns and the volatility of the stock exchange of Thailand (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015);
This study investigates the relationship between equity market risks and returns in various aspects. First, the implied volatility transmissions between international stock markets--the United States, European countries, Japan, and Thailand--are examined. The results from the VAR analysis with its application, including the causality tests, show that there exists a bi-directional causality between the returns of the SET50 index and its implied volatility such that both the leverage effect (return-driven) hypothesis and the volatility feedback ...
The influence of risk perception and proactive behavior on performance of firms in the stock exchange of Thailand : the moderating roles of organizational units and types of firms (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018);
Research on the role of risk perception and proactive behavior on firm performance has gained importance, but little is known about how the types of firm and different roles of managers might influence the outcomes of firm performance when they perceive risk and take proactive actions. This study aimed to investigate the effects of firms’ perceived risk on managers and their proactive behaviors and the effects of firm managers’ proactive actions on firm performance in terms of financial performance and risk management concepts. Using a questionnaire ...
Time-varying systematic risk in the stock exchange of Thailand : Evidence from multivariate garch and kalman filter estimates (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015);
The purpose of this study was to use multivariate GARCH and the Kalman filter to estimate the time-varying systematic risk or beta. Much research has found that estimating systematic risk with a market model using the traditional regression approach violated classical assumptions regarding both the stationary assumption and independent identically distributed of the innovations. This study focuses on using various models of multivariate GARCH and the Kalman filter to improve this beta estimation. As the GARCH model is a popular model used ...