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Arthur Zarden
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Arthur Heinrich Ludwig Zarden was a leading personality in German tax legislation and for a short time State Secretary in the Reich Finance Ministry. Not much is known about Zarden's childhood or youth. In 1904, he left the Wilhelm-Gymnasium in Hamburg after his school-leaving examination and took up studies in law at the University of Lausanne, followed by semesters in Munich, Berlin and Kiel. His first State examination in law in 1908 in Kiel and his graduation to Doctor of Law in 1909 in Rostock were followed by his second State examination in law in Hamburg late in 1912.

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Experimental Evidence on the Disposition Effect
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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2013 in the subject Business economics - Investment and Finance, grade: 1,3, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel (Institut für Quantitative Betriebs- und Volkswirtschaftliche Forschung ), language: English, abstract: Das Thema dieser Bachelorthesis ist die Experimentelle Evidenz des Dispositionseffektes.Der Dispositionseffekt beschreibt den Umstand, dass Investoren tendenziell ihre Gewinneraktien zu schnell verkaufen und ihre Verliereraktien zu lange halten. Zum Dispositionseffekt existiert ein breites Spektrum an empirischer Evidenz sowie an deskriptiven Theorien, die den Effekt erklären können.Bei der Suche nach den Ursachen des Dispositionseffektes nimmt das Experiment als Forschungsmethode eine besondere Stellung ein. Experimente können die theoretischen Erklärungsansätze separieren und sie wiederholt auf ihre Plausibilität testen.Ein besonderer Fokus dieser Thesis liegt auf der "Realization Utility Hypothesis" des Modells von Barberis und Xiong (2012) als jüngste theoretische Grundlage des Dispositionseffektes. Die Grundannahmen des Modells wurden mit Hilfe von Gehirnstrommessungen in einem neurowissenschaftlichen Experiment von Frydman, Barberis, Camerer, Bossaerts und Rangel (2011) getestet und unterstützt.Die Nutzung solcher Experimente in der (ökonomischen) Forschung birgt allerdings Gefahren, denn die Ergebnisse können in vielerlei Hinsicht verfälscht oder verzerrt sein. Elementar für die Anwendung der experimentellen Methode ist also ein gut ausgeprägtes Bewusstsein für ihre Risiken, bezogen auf den Gegenstand der Untersuchung.Die Aufgabe dieser Thesis wird sein, den zusätzlichen Erkenntnisgewinn von Experimenten zum Dispositionseffekt darzustellen, aber auch die Gefahren der angewandten Methoden abzuwägen.

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Advanced Modelling in Mathematical Finance
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This Festschrift resulted from a workshop on "Advanced Modelling in Mathematical Finance" held in honour of Ernst Eberlein's 70th birthday, from 20 to 22 May 2015 in Kiel, Germany. It includes contributions by several invited speakers at the workshop, including several of Ernst Eberlein's long-standing collaborators and former students.Advanced mathematical techniques play an ever-increasing role in modern quantitative finance. Written by leading experts from academia and financial practice, this book offers state-of-the-art papers on the application of jump processes in mathematical finance, on term-structure modelling, and on statistical aspects of financial modelling. It is aimed at graduate students and researchers interested in mathematical finance, as well as practitioners wishing to learn about the latest developments.

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Advanced Modelling in Mathematical Finance
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This Festschrift resulted from a workshop on "Advanced Modelling in Mathematical Finance" held in honour of Ernst Eberlein's 70th birthday, from 20 to 22 May 2015 in Kiel, Germany. It includes contributions by several invited speakers at the workshop, including several of Ernst Eberlein's long-standing collaborators and former students.Advanced mathematical techniques play an ever-increasing role in modern quantitative finance. Written by leading experts from academia and financial practice, this book offers state-of-the-art papers on the application of jump processes in mathematical finance, on term-structure modelling, and on statistical aspects of financial modelling. It is aimed at graduate students and researchers interested in mathematical finance, as well as practitioners wishing to learn about the latest developments.

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International Capital Flows: Economic Impact an...
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Diploma Thesis from the year 2000 in the subject Economics - Finance, grade: 1, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, language: English, abstract: This paper deals with three highly controversial aspects in the international finance literature: the degree of international financial integration, the economic impact of capital mobility, and the potential role of capital controls in the emerging international financial architecture.Regarding the first aspect, many observers have been influenced by the recent hype about "globalisation" and in fact take it for granted that capital markets have become almost fully integrated into a world financial marketplace. This paper, reviews evidence that challenges this conventional wisdom, though confirming that the degree of international financial integration is rising.With respect to the second aspect, it is demonstrated that there are circumstances under which the free flow of international capital could negatively impact upon economic performance and/or otherwise welfare-enhancing domestic policies. This finding conflicts with traditional theory and provides an economic rationale for the judicious introduction of capital controls.With this assertion in mind, the final aspect, the role of capital controls, is investigated. The specific question explored is how far restrictions on international capital flows are able to avert a costly economic imbalance arising from fluctuations in the balance of payments. Although the international consensus seems to have shifted in recent years towards promoting Chilean-style capital controls as a potential new building block in the international financial landscape, this paper cautions against such a generalisation of the Chilean experience. Rather, a review of the empirical literature suggests that much of Chile's economic success story in the last decade can be explained by factors other than its control regime.The rising degree of international financial integration enhances the need for small countries to resolve their dilemma of being dependent on external funding and, at the same time, most vulnerable to sudden reversals of international capital flows. Yet, simple solutions of how to counterbalance the potential threats of capital mobility in a second-best equilibrium, are not found to be easily forthcoming. In particular, this paper argues that capital controls are no panacea - even less so, if they delay necessary macro- and microeconomic reforms.

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Advanced Modelling in Mathematical Finance
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This Festschrift resulted from a workshop on "Advanced Modelling in Mathematical Finance" held in honour of Ernst Eberlein's 70th birthday, from 20 to 22 May 2015 in Kiel, Germany. It includes contributions by several invited speakers at the workshop, including several of Ernst Eberlein's long-standing collaborators and former students.Advanced mathematical techniques play an ever-increasing role in modern quantitative finance. Written by leading experts from academia and financial practice, this book offers state-of-the-art papers on the application of jump processes in mathematical finance, on term-structure modelling, and on statistical aspects of financial modelling. It is aimed at graduate students and researchers interested in mathematical finance, as well as practitioners wishing to learn about the latest developments.

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Distributional Regularities of Financial Returns
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Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject Economics - Finance, grade: 1,7, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, language: English, abstract: There is a long tradition of scholars seeking to understand the distributional regularities of financial returns. Research traces back to the turn of the 19th century. Since then, it underwent a lot of drastic changes, which are to be shown in this paper. The aim of this paper is to show theoretical models that account for the distributional regularities in financial returns as well as to illustrate the empirical analysis. It is necessary to understand the evolution of research on this topic because it came about in a consecutive manner. Thus, this paper will document over one hundred years of research on distributional properties of financial returns. The second chapter will start with the results of Louis Bachelier and his normal distribution hypothesis. Then it will describe Benoît Mandelbrot's groundbreaking results, which rejected Bachelier's normal hypothesis and introduced the Lévy-stable distributions. Mandelbrot's work had such an impact that it will be described in greater detail. The third chapter will present the results of research that followed after Mandelbrot's findings. It will also display and explain the results of recent research.

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Optimal Taxation in a Federal System of Governm...
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Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject Economics - Finance, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel (Department of Economics), course: Seminar in Public Economics and Social Policy: Federalism and (De)Centralization, language: English, abstract: An implemented tax system causes distortions which leads to a minor overall welfare level compared to a system without taxes. This deviation in social welfare is often denoted by excess burden or dead weight loss (DWL) of taxation. So the traditional optimal taxation approach comprises the implementation of a tax system which minimizes the excess burden and hence the distortions caused by the levied taxes. Therefore, the policy maker has to anticipate possible behavioral adjustments of the market participants when choosing its optimal tax policy. Assuming the policy maker will do so all effects (i.e. distortions) caused by the tax system will be internalized which means that no fiscal externalities would arise from implementing the (optimal) tax system. However, the traditional optimal taxation approach abstracts from any intergovernmental relations as the existence of only one government and accordingly only one level with fiscal jurisdiction is assumed. The question here is whether and to what extent federal structures (i.e. multileveled government structures) affect the optimal tax policy decision.The first attempt to take into account the characteristics of a federal systemrelated to optimal tax policy goes back to Gordon (1983) who applied the methodologyof the traditional optimal taxation approach to fiscal federalism. Therein eachunit of government (i.e. the federal and usually several state governments) decidesindependently how much of public goods to provide and in particular which taxpolicy to use in funding the provided public goods. Hence, we now consider a decentralizedform of decision-making in which each unit of government chooses theoptimal tax policy in the best interest of its own residents. As a consequence of thissolely intrajurisdictional externalities are internalized analogous to the traditionaloptimization approach. Though, it isn't obvious whether this solution is also optimalin the sense of an inter jurisdictional point of view. Sobel (1997), Wrede (1999)and also Keen/Kotsogiannis (2002) stated that a common pool problem emergesgiven that subordinated governments (i.e. state governments) are allowed to levytaxes as well as the federal government. This means that taxation at multiple levelslead to a shared tax base which is the fiscal analogue to the common propertyresource. Due to this overlap in tax bases any separately considered optimal taxpolicy at a certain level may affect the optimality character of the ...

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International Capital Flows: Economic Impact an...
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Diploma Thesis from the year 2000 in the subject Economics - Finance, grade: 1, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, language: English, abstract: This paper deals with three highly controversial aspects in the international finance literature: the degree of international financial integration, the economic impact of capital mobility, and the potential role of capital controls in the emerging international financial architecture. Regarding the first aspect, many observers have been influenced by the recent hype about 'globalisation' and in fact take it for granted that capital markets have become almost fully integrated into a world financial marketplace. This paper, reviews evidence that challenges this conventional wisdom, though confirming that the degree of international financial integration is rising. With respect to the second aspect, it is demonstrated that there are circumstances under which the free flow of international capital could negatively impact upon economic performance and/or otherwise welfare-enhancing domestic policies. This finding conflicts with traditional theory and provides an economic rationale for the judicious introduction of capital controls. With this assertion in mind, the final aspect, the role of capital controls, is investigated. The specific question explored is how far restrictions on international capital flows are able to avert a costly economic imbalance arising from fluctuations in the balance of payments. Although the international consensus seems to have shifted in recent years towards promoting Chilean-style capital controls as a potential new building block in the international financial landscape, this paper cautions against such a generalisation of the Chilean experience. Rather, a review of the empirical literature suggests that much of Chile's economic success story in the last decade can be explained by factors other than its control regime. The rising degree of international financial integration enhances the need for small countries to resolve their dilemma of being dependent on external funding and, at the same time, most vulnerable to sudden reversals of international capital flows. Yet, simple solutions of how to counterbalance the potential threats of capital mobility in a second-best equilibrium, are not found to be easily forthcoming. In particular, this paper argues that capital controls are no panacea - even less so, if they delay necessary macro- and microeconomic reforms.

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