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Explicit Solutions Of Consumption-Investment Problems In Financial Markets With Regime Switching

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  • Luz Rocío Sotomayor
  • Abel Cadenillas

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  • Luz Rocío Sotomayor & Abel Cadenillas, 2009. "Explicit Solutions Of Consumption-Investment Problems In Financial Markets With Regime Switching," Mathematical Finance, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 19(2), pages 251-279.
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