Industry At A Glance

Mulholland, Sarah; Lewis, Jakema
July 2003
Investment Management Weekly;7/14/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 27, p4
Presents an update on the hedge fund industry in the U.S., as of July 2003. Results of a survey which showed that hedge funds might be more long-term than investors think; Details of a report from Commonfound Institute about the asset allocations of foundations.


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