Marcin Fałdziński , Michał Bernard Pietrzak
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ABSTRACT

The article seeks to investigate the issue of interdependence that during crisis periods in the capital markets is of particular importance due to the likelihood of causing a crisis in the real economy. The research objective of the article is to identify this interdependence in volatility. Therefore, first we propose our own modification of the DCC-GARCH model which is so designed as to test for interdependence in conditional variance. Then, the DCC-GARCH-In model was used to study interdependence in volatility of selected stock market indices. The results of the research confirmed the presence of interdependence among the selected markets.

KEYWORDS

DCC-GARCH model, interdependence, conditional variance

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