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標題: Long-term Volatility Trend of Taiwan Stock Market: the Analysis from Market、Industry and Firm-level Volatility
作者: 郭祐瑄
Kuo, Yu-Shuan
關鍵字: decomposition volatility;波動性分解;market volatility;industry volatility;firm-level volatility;macroeconomic;市場波動;產業波動;公司波動;總體經濟
出版社: 財務金融系所
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According to Campbell et al.(2001), this paper uses a disaggregated approach to study trend variation of market volatility, industry volatility, and firm volatility in Taiwan Stock Market. This paper analyzes stock trends from 1971 to 2008 in Taiwan.
Past literatures just analyzed firm-level volatility, they stressed the increasing trends in firm-level volatility. Also considered the relationship between business cycle and volatility. I analyze particular from market volatility, industry volatility and firm-level volatility. In addition, I analyze different events and discuss the risks. Like oil crisis, local financial crisis or financial tsunami, I try to understand the magnitude of voliatility. I also consider prediction power of volatility from ratio of foreign investors and book-to-market.
The empirical result is increasing trend in firm-level volatility. When economic recessions, market volatility is only increasing. But industry volatility and firm-level volatility is not increasing. This result is different from past literatures, I explain that economic recessions is not increasing in risk. The three volatilities can predict GDP growth、ratio of foreign investors and book-to-market. But the three volatilities can not predict future industry output.
In oil crisis, industry volatility is the largest. I explain oil price to affect related industry. In 1998, local financial crisis affect the largest change in firm-level volatility. I illustrate local firms damage seriously. American subprime in 2007 and financial tsunami in 2008, the three volatilities all change a lot.

本文利用Campbell et al.(2001)所提出的分解法(disaggregated approach),去探討台灣上市公司在市場波動、產業波動及公司波動的趨勢變化。本文使用台灣股市自1971年到2008年的波動做分析。
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