Christopher R. Blake

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Christopher R. Blake
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Born 1951
Oakland, California
Died December 19, 2013
Wayne, New Jersey
Nationality American
Occupation Academic

Christopher R. Blake (1951-December 19, 2013) taught at Fordham University.[1] Professor Blake's main interests of study were in the areas of investment analysis and mutual funds. Blake frequently co-authored studies with Edwin J. Elton and Martin J. Gruber.

Studies

Blake's five most cited papers are included in the table.

Date Study
2002 Incentive Fees and Mutual Funds[2]
2003 A First Look at the Accuracy of the CRSP Mutual Fund Database and a Comparison of the CRSP and Morningstar Mutual Fund Databases[3]
1999 Morningstar Ratings and Mutual Fund Performance[4]
2009 The Effect of the Frequency of Holdings Data on Conclusions About Mutual Fund Management Behavior[5]
2004 The Adequacy of Investment Choices Offered By 401K Plans[6]

See also

References

  1. "Obituary". December 19,2013. http://www.vandermay.com/Obituaries.aspx?from=obtDet&obituaryid=4517.
  2. Elton, Edwin J. and Gruber, Martin J. and Blake, Christopher R., Incentive Fees and Mutual Funds, (March 2002). NYU Working Paper No. FIN-01-050.
  3. Elton, Edwin J. and Gruber, Martin J. and Blake, Christopher R., First Look at the Accuracy of the CRSP Mutual Fund Database and a Comparison of the CRSP and Morningstar Mutual Fund Databases.
  4. Blake, Christopher R. and Morey, Matthew R.,Morningstar Ratings and Mutual Fund Performance, (March 15, 1999).
  5. Elton, Edwin J. and Gruber, Martin J. and Blake, Christopher R. and Krasny, Yoel and Ozelge, Sadi, The Effect of the Frequency of Holdings Data on Conclusions About Mutual Fund Management Behavior, (June 29, 2009). Bloomberg Portfolio Research Paper No. 2010-04-FRONTIERS.
  6. Elton, Edwin J. and Gruber, Martin J. and Blake, Christopher R., The Adequacy of Investment Choices Offered By 401K Plans, (March 15, 2004). EFA 2004 Maastricht Meetings Paper No. 1176.

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