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Portfolio Selection Theories: Review, Synthesis and Critique


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The paper reviews the growing academic richness in the field of Portfolio Selection. The paper has highlighted the emerging research problems, development of newer research tools and techniques, data and methodology and changing paradigms of multi-disciplinary approach to finding solutions to the problems of portfolio choice. Vividly, the main contributions and observations have been presented in the paper.

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Portfolio Choice, JEL, G11, C61.
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Authors

Saurabh Agarwal
Indian Institute of Finance, Delhi, India

Abstract


The paper reviews the growing academic richness in the field of Portfolio Selection. The paper has highlighted the emerging research problems, development of newer research tools and techniques, data and methodology and changing paradigms of multi-disciplinary approach to finding solutions to the problems of portfolio choice. Vividly, the main contributions and observations have been presented in the paper.

Keywords


Portfolio Choice, JEL, G11, C61.

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