Analyses of Mortgage-Backed Securities Based on Unobservable Prepayment Cost Processes
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Keywordsmortgage-backed securities (MBS); prepayment cost; oan pool risk; structural approach with incomplete information; asymptotic arbitrage-free condition;
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