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Title: Active versus passive investing : an empirical study on the US and European mutual funds and ETFs
Authors: Pace, Desmond
Hili, Jana
Grima, Simon
Keywords: Assets (Accounting) -- Prices
Regression analysis
Portfolio management
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Citation: Pace, D., Hili, J., & Grima, S. (2016). Active versus passive investing: an empirical study on the US and European mutual funds and ETFs. In S. Grima, F. Bezzina (Eds.), Contemporary Issues in Bank Financial Management (Contemporary Studies in Economic and Financial Analysis, Volume 97), pp.1 – 35. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
Abstract: In the build-up of an investment decision, the existence of both active and passive investment vehicles triggers a puzzle for investors. Indeed the confrontation between active and index replication equity funds in terms of risk-adjusted performance and alpha generation has been a bone of contention since the inception of these investment structures. Accordingly, the objective of this chapter is to distinctly underscore whether an investor should be concerned in choosing between active and diverse passive investment structures.
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