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Modelling and forecasting risk

This project develops and assesses risk measures and risk forecasting. It assesses why customary measures failed in the financial crisis and develops new and better techniques.

The project is unique in terms of the scope and range of methods to applied and tested. The project findings will be of value to investors, institutions and regulators alike.

Research questions

  • Which existing data sources and modelling techniques provide the most accurate and timely indicators of risk?
  • How can these risk indicators be improved through new innovative methods?

Research methods

 Research methods used in this project include:

  • Support Vector Machines (SVM) for regression;
  • Merton-KMV structural modelling;
  • realised volatility models;
  • quantile regressions and CAViaR;
  • portfolio spillover GARCH;
  • Conditional Value at Risk (CVaR); and
  • EVT (Extreme Value Theory).

Researchers

Funding body

This project has become ongoing work which grew out of a previously ARC funded project "New methods for modelling and forecasting risk".

Timeline

This project commenced January 2011 and is ongoing.

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