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NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH

Differences of Opinion and International Equity Markets

Bernard Dumas, Karen K. Lewis, Emilio Osambela

NBER Working Paper No. 16726
Issued in January 2011

---- Acknowledgements ----

For valuable suggestions, we thank Geert Bekaert, Urban Jermann, Leonid Kogan, Stavros Panageas, Anna Pavlova, Raman Uppal, Frank Warnock, Wei Xiong, and three anonymous referees. We are also grateful for comments from participants at presentations given at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School, HEC Lausanne, the CEPR Fourth Annual Workshop on Global Interdependence at the European University Institute, the 8th Annual Swiss Doctoral Workshop in Finance at Gerzensee, the NBER meeting of International Finance and Macroeconomics, Princeton University, Carnegie Mellon University, the Adam Smith Asset Pricing Conference at the Oxford-Man Institute, the American Finance Association annual meeting, University of Houston, the 10th Annual Darden International Finance Conference, University of Southern California, McGill University, Cornell University, the Society for Economic Dynamics annual meeting, the Federal Reserve Bank at Dallas, University of Calgary, University of Texas at Dallas, Rutgers University, and the Federal Reserve Board. We thank Frank Warnock and Stephanie Curcuru for advice with reconstructing the US net equity purchases data, Ivan Shaliastovich for the forecast variance data, and Xiang Fang for excellent research assistance. Dumas and Osambela gratefully acknowledge the financial support from NCCR FINRISK of the Swiss National Science Foundation. Dumas is also grateful for the hospitality of Collegio Carlo Alberto, and for the support from: the INSEAD research fund, BI Norwegian Business School, and the AXA Chair in Socioeconomic Risks at the University of Torino. Lewis acknowledges funding from the National Science Foundation and the Wharton-SMU Research Center with thanks. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

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