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1. Mutual fund managers engage in risk-shifting activities due to the asymmetric flow-performance relationship, where investors allocate more money to funds with good past performance and are reluctant to redeem their shares from funds with poor performance.

2. Heterogeneity in mutual fund managers' risk-shifting behavior is largely driven by the tournament in the fund family and variation in managerial characteristics.

3. Macro-level factors, such as economic policy uncertainty, have meaningful implications on credit spreads, stock returns and volatility, as well as managerial attention allocation. However, little attention has been paid to these factors in the literature on mutual fund risk-taking behavior.

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