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22. Januar 2019
Implications of Financial Innovation for Capital Markets and Household Welfare

Grigory Vilkov

Financial markets are being transformed by the rapid pace of financial innovation, which makes available new asset classes (The new asset classes into which households can invest include hedge funds, private equity, emerging-market equity and debt, mezzanine and distressed debt, real estate, infrastructure, commodities, and cryptocurrencies) and financial products with increasingly complex payoff structures (for an example of a structured product designed to increase household participation in the stock market by offering downside protection, see Calvet, Celerier, Sodini, and Vallee (2017).
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