Zvi Bodie spends much of his time researching Financial economics, Finance, Portfolio, Investment and Pension. His research in Finance intersects with topics in Function and Public policy. His Portfolio research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Investment strategy and Microeconomics.
In his work, Investment portfolio, Discount points and Wage is strongly intertwined with Ex-ante, which is a subfield of Investment strategy. His Investment research incorporates elements of Total asset, Cash, Labour economics, Tax efficiency and National wealth. His work carried out in the field of Pension brings together such families of science as Immunization, Actuarial science, Shareholder, Fixed income and Asset allocation.
His main research concerns Pension, Finance, Actuarial science, Portfolio and Investment. He has included themes like Public economics, Equity, Corporation, Social security and Incentive in his Pension study. His research in Finance intersects with topics in Financial stability and Financial system.
His study looks at the intersection of Actuarial science and topics like Inflation with Hedge. His Portfolio research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Bond, Microeconomics and Investment strategy. Zvi Bodie has researched Investment in several fields, including Financial market and Human capital.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Monetary economics, Finance, Investment, Balance sheet and Pension. His studies deal with areas such as Bond and Gross private domestic investment as well as Monetary economics. His Finance course of study focuses on Financial system and Financial instability.
His Investment research includes themes of Emerging markets, Cash flow and Actuarial science. The various areas that Zvi Bodie examines in his Balance sheet study include Risk management, Asset allocation and Sovereign wealth fund. His Pension research includes elements of Moral hazard, Surety, Corporation and Forbearance.
His primary areas of investigation include Monetary economics, Balance sheet, Sovereign wealth fund, Asset allocation and Behavioural sciences. His Balance sheet research integrates issues from Risk management, Global assets under management and Debt. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sovereignty, Credit risk, Foreign-exchange reserves and Financial economics, Portfolio.
Sovereignty is frequently linked to Investment in his study. His studies examine the connections between Fixed income and genetics, as well as such issues in Inflation, with regards to Emerging markets, Private sector, Financial instrument and Finance. Zvi Bodie combines subjects such as Behavioral economics and State with his study of Pension.
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Labor Supply Flexibility and Portfolio Choice in a Life-Cycle Model
Zvi Bodie;Robert Merton;William F. Samuelson.
Research Papers in Economics (1992)
COMMON STOCKS AS A HEDGE AGAINST INFLATION
Journal of Finance (1976)
Risk and Return in Commodity Futures
Zvi Bodie;Victor I. Rosansky.
Financial Analysts Journal (1980)
On the Risk of Stocks in the Long Run
Financial Analysts Journal (1995)
Pensions as Retirement Income Insurance
Journal of Economic Literature (1990)
Essentials of Investments
Zvi Bodie;Alex Kane;Alan J. Marcus.
A Conceptual Framework for Analyzing the Financial Environment
Robert C. Merton;Robert C. Merton;Robert C. Merton;Zvi Bodie.
Social Science Research Network (1995)
New Framework for Measuring and Managing Macrofinancial Risk and Financial Stability
Dale F. Gray;Robert C. Merton;Zvi Bodie.
Research Papers in Economics (2007)
On the Management of Financial Guarantees
Robert C. Merton;Zvi Bodie.
Financial Management (1992)
The Global Financial System: A Functional Perspective
D. B. Crane;K. A. Froot;Scott P. Mason;André Perold.
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