Econometric Analysis of Market Bid Functions in French Treasury Bill Auctions
This econometric study analyzes market bid functions for French Treasury Bills. We use the results of 125 discriminatory bill auctions during 1995 to determine the factors that affect the shape of the aggregate demand functions. We proceed in two step, we estimate the parameters of a logistic specification. In the second step, we explain fluctuations of the values of the parameters obtained in the previous step from one auction to the other by economic variables and show that these fluctuations can not be considered as purely random.
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|Date of creation:||2000|
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