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This course is part two of an introduction to graduate-level academic asset pricing. This second part uses the theory and elaborates empirical understanding. It explores some classic applications including the Fama-French three-factor model, consumption and the equity premium, and extends the theory to cover options, bonds, and portfolios.
Week 1: Factor Pricing Models in Action
Week 2: Time Series Predictability, Volatility and Bubbles
Week 3: Macroeconomics and Asset Pricing
Week 4: Option Pricing
Week 5: Term Structure Models and Facts
Week 6: Portfolio Theory
- John Cochrane - Booth School of Business
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