In 2005, the University of Chicago Investment Office decision was to allocate how much capital to invest in the direction of wood. Examines the challenges associated with optimal portfolio construction, if one of the managed assets are illiquid with limited historical transaction price data.

In 2005, the University of Chicago Investment Office decision was to allocate how much capital to invest in the direction of wood. Examines the challenges associated with optimal portfolio construction, if one of the managed assets are illiquid with limited historical transaction price data.
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Peter Hecht,
David Mace
Source: Harvard Business School
12 pages.
Publication Date: Apr 28,, 2005. Prod #: 205101-PDF-ENG
University of Chicago Investment Office: Investing in wood HBR case solution

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