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Weak and Strong Financial Fragility
Company: Tinbergen Institute
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Year Of Publication: 2007
Month Of Publication: February
Pages: 49
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Language: EN
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Date: 12-10-2007
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The stability of the financial system at higher loss levels is either characterized by asymptotic dependence or asymptotic independence. Ifasymptotically independent, the dependency, when present, eventually dies outcompletely at the more extreme quantiles, as in case of the multivariate normaldistribution. Given that financial service firms' equity returns depend linearlyon the risk drivers, we show that the marginals' distributions maximum do-main of attraction determines the type of systemic (in-)stability. A scale forthe amount of dependency at high loss levels is designed. This permits a char-acterization of systemic risk inherent to different financial network structures.The theory also suggests the functional form of the economically relevant limitcopulas.
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Geluk, Jaap Sign in to follow this author
De Haan, Laurens Sign in to follow this author
de Vries, Casper G. Sign in to follow this author
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