Economic and Risk Analysis
The Division of Economic and Risk Analysis (DERA) was created in September 2009 to integrate financial economics and rigorous data analytics into the core mission of the SEC. The Division is involved across the entire range of SEC activities, including policy-making, rule-making, enforcement, and examination.
About the Division of Economic and Risk Analysis
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Qualified Residential Mortgage: Background Data Analysis on Credit Risk Retention (Corrected Version)
Feb. 25, 2015
White Paper on Computing Tools for Promoting Sound Investment Decisions (Latest Revision)
Dec. 17, 2014
White Paper on Computing Tools for Promoting Sound Investment Decisions (Original Version)
May 30, 2014
Contact the Division of Economic and Risk Analysis:
- Mark Flannery, 2014, Contingent Capital Instruments for Large Financial Institutions: A Review of the Literature, Annual Review of Financial Economics 6:225-240. (updated)
- Tim Husson, Craig J. McCann, Eddie O'Neal and Carmen Taveras, 2014, Large Sample Valuations of Tenancies-in-Common, Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management 20(2): 147-161.
- Jan Jindra and Dima Leshchinskii, 2014, VC Valuation, Partial Adjustment, and Underpricing: Behavioral Bias or Information Production?, Financial Review, forthcoming.
- Christopher P. Clifford, Bradford D. Jordan, and Timothy B. Riley, 2014, Average funds versus average dollars: Implications for mutual fund research, Journal of Empirical Finance, 28:249-260. (updated).
- Christopher P. Clifford, Bradford D. Jordan, and, Timothy B. Riley, 2014, Average funds versus average dollars: Implications for mutual fund research, Journal of Empirical Finance, forthcoming.