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Cross-border returns differentials

Stephanie E. Curcuru

Cross-border returns differentials

by Stephanie E. Curcuru

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Published by Federal Reserve Board in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementStephanie E. Curcuru, Tomas Dvorak, and Francis E. Warnock.
SeriesInternational finance discussion papers -- no. 921, International finance discussion papers (Online) -- no. 921.
ContributionsDvořák, Tomáš, 1973-, Warnock, Francis E., Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHG3879
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16736738M
LC Control Number2008610001

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Get this from a library. Cross-border returns differentials. [Stephanie E Curcuru; Tomáš Dvořák; Francis E Warnock; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Were the U.S.

to persistently earn substantially more on its foreign investments ("U.S. claims") than foreigners earn on their U.S. investments ("U.S. liabilities"), the likelihood that the current. "Cross-Border Returns Differentials," The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Oxford University Press, vol.

(4), pages Stephanie E. Curcuru & Tomas Dvorak & Francis E. Warnock, " Cross-border returns differentials," Globalization Institute Working Pap Federal Reserve Bank of. Returns differentials, which can describe differentials in yield, capital gains, or their sum, can be decomposed into three components: the composition, return, and timing effects.

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36, pp. Curcuru, Stephanie E., and Charles P. Thomas (). " The Return on U.S. Direct Investment at Home and Abroad," International Finance Discussion Papers The term exorbitant privilege refers to the benefit the United States has due to its own currency (i.e., the US dollar) being the international reserve ingly, the US would not face a balance of payments crisis, because it purchased imports in its own tant privilege as a concept cannot refer to currencies that have a regional reserve currency role, only global.

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assets—is at the heart of two puzzles in international macroeconomics, both depicted in Fig. first is the position puzzle: The U.S.

net international investment position (IIP) is far less negative than Cited by: 7. returns differentials. We do so in three steps. First, we categorize and analyze the burgeoning literature on cross-border returns differentials. An assessment of that literature points to direct investment (DI) yields as the only source of whatever returns differential.

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Cross-border acquisitions in the competitive US market for corporate control do not get the pick of the litter and are often divested. Adverse selection is written all over accounting data on the acquisition targets (Fig. 11 Non-US multinationals make half of their US acquisitions in manufacturing and their targets' returns are well below Cited by: 8.

The issues holding back cross-border e-commerce range from limited access to e-payments, delivery logistics and costs, warehouse access, product returns processes, complex consumer protection regulations, fees for e-commerce platforms, retailers protecting price differentials, lack of technical skills and business knowledge.

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and Canada, which is a rapidly growing segment of the retail Size: 1MB.level market-to-book ratios affect cross-border merger volume as well. We also examine factors that affect the returns, we find that in cross-border sample, acquirers are more likely from industries that outperform those of various subsamples of currency valuation differentials.

The dependent variable is the number of cross-border deals. The issues holding back cross-border e-commerce range from limited access to e-payments, delivery logistics and costs, warehouse access, product returns processes, complex consumer protection regulations, fees for e-commerce platforms, retailers protecting price differentials, lack of technical skills and business knowledge.