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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Conflicts In User Perceptions Of Value Of Websites In The Shipping Industry

    The aim of the paper is to define and describe conflicts in value perceptions of websites for users in business-to-business relationships in the context of shipping industry. The paper draws upon studies dealing with user value, conflicts in business-to-business relationships and websites. The empirical part involves four case studies in...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Asymmetric Return-Volatility Relation, Volatility Transmission And Implied Volatility Indexes

    The purpose of this paper is twofold: First, to investigate the asymmetric return-volatility phenomenon with newly adapted robust volatility indexes VIX, VXN, VDAX and VSTOXX. Second, the authors examine the dynamic implied volatility transmissions across the implied volatility indexes using techniques such as Granger causality, generalized impulse response function and...

    Provided By Hanken School of Economics

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Conflicts In User Perceptions Of Value Of Websites In The Shipping Industry

    The aim of the paper is to define and describe conflicts in value perceptions of websites for users in business-to-business relationships in the context of shipping industry. The paper draws upon studies dealing with user value, conflicts in business-to-business relationships and websites. The empirical part involves four case studies in...

    Provided By Hanken School of Economics

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Asymmetric Return-Volatility Relation, Volatility Transmission And Implied Volatility Indexes

    The purpose of this paper is twofold: First, to investigate the asymmetric return-volatility phenomenon with newly adapted robust volatility indexes VIX, VXN, VDAX and VSTOXX. Second, the authors examine the dynamic implied volatility transmissions across the implied volatility indexes using techniques such as Granger causality, generalized impulse response function and...

    Provided By Hanken School of Economics