Performance of retirement funds in efficient markets: Case of the Oregon Public Employee

Adrangi, Bahram; Shank, Todd
June 1999
American Business Review;Jun99, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p59
Academic Journal
Analyzes the performance of fifteen money managers contracted by the State of Oregon Public Employee Retirement Fund to know whether the managed portfolio outperforms a broad index in the long run. Efficient market hypothesis; Comparison between the performance of the Oregon Equity Fund and the overall market; Similarity in the performance of retained and fired managers.


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