Different Dynamical Specifications of the Term Structure of Interest Rates and their Implications
AbstractAlternative ways of introducing uncertainty to the term structure of interest rates are considered. They correspond to the different expectation hypotheses. The dynamics of the term structure is analysed in a convenient framework of stochastic equations in infinite dimensions.
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term structure of interest rates; expectation hypothesis; stochastic equations in infinite dimensions.;
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