Authors:Nadežda Krstić, Ljubinko Savić, Gordana Jovanović, and Elvira Bodor
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the Periphery: The Western Balkans and the Euro Crisis . Policy Brief , No. 60, European Council on Foreign Relations, http://www.ecfr.eu/publications/summary/the_periphery_of_the_periphery_the_western_balkans
Authors:Milica Latinovic, Vesna Bogojevic Arsic, and Milica Bulajic
This article examines volatility spillover among Western Balkan’s stock markets and selected developed markets. If there is an evidence of weak linkage between various markets, then there are potential benefits that could arise from international diversification. However, if we analyse the relationship between two markets that are different in terms of their economic development, and if there is a strong connection between them, market shocks from the developed markets can have an impact on the frontier/emerging markets. Market integration can be indicated with returns linkage and transmission of shocks and volatility between markets. Hence, this can have implications for investment strategies. It is found that there is statistically significant regional spillover between countries of the Western Balkan region. Also, there is global spillover between developed markets and this region as well. Furthermore, there is evidence that Western Balkan’s markets are late in response to important market events, and that can be used when formulating investment strategy.
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Authors:Marija Petrović-Ranđelović, Tamara Rađenović, Bojan Krstić, and Vladimir Mićić
. During the period of rapid FDI growth in the world in the 1980s, the five West Balkan Countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia, for short: WBC) did not seize the opportunities for attracting considerable FDI flows and