May 25, 2021
Prof. Giovanna Nicodano, University of Turin and CeRP-Collegio Carlo Alberto, delivered the Inquire Europe webinar: “The income hedging motive of stock market participation” on May 25.
Abstract. Participation in financial markets has sharply increased in the past year, partially as a result of extraordinary circumstances brought on by the pandemic. However, the pandemic has also caused Permanent Income (PI) shocks for millions of people, which according to life-cycle theory, is a key determinant of equity market participation. Giovanna Nicodano will explore this further as she presents her research, ‘The Income-hedging motive of stock market participation’. In doing so, she will reconstruct the life-cycle dynamics of PI shocks for households, thereby estimating correlations between PI shocks and stock returns.
The Institute for Quantitative Research in Europe (Inquire Europe, www.inquire-europe.org) is a professional organization that brings together investment professionals interested in the development of quantitative solutions to financial and investment problems.
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