A mechanism of international transmission of financial crises
This paper proposes a model of international financial market that is based on the statistical mechanics. The aim of this paper is (i) to show a mechanism of international transmission of financial shocks, and (ii) to explain the stylized facts characterizing in periods of international financial crises by using the model.
KeywordsStock Market Stock Return Foreign Market Domestic Market Stylize Fact
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