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Scale and skill in active management

This paper by the Becker Friedman Institute for Research in Economics at the University of Chicago finds that the active management industry has become more skilled over time. But despite this rise in skill, average fund performance has failed to improve. To access the paper click below Scale and skill in active management  
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Active management: turning the argument on its head

One of the enduring areas of asset management academic study, and practitioner query, is whether or not managers have skill. In his work, professor of finance at Stanford, Jonathan Berk, shows the answer doesn’t lie in returns but in manager compensation.   Determining whether active skill exists is not the same as looking at whether […]