Stochastic simulations of the Treasury model

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Statementby C.L. Melliss and R. Whittaker.
SeriesGovernment economic service working paper -- no.95
ContributionsWhittaker, R., Great Britain. Treasury.
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Open LibraryOL20362981M

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The introduced model is capable of capturing the complex behavior of the entire yield curve with a reduced set of parameters.

The best-fitting model is the stochastic volatility factor, which is benchmarked on daily data from the U.S. Department of the Treasury from January 2, through Decem The Handbook of Simulation Optimization presents an overview of the state of the art of simulation optimization, providing a survey of the most well-established approaches for optimizing stochastic simulation models and a sampling of recent research advances in theory and methodology.

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The results of this model for a non-stochastic and stochastic economy are compared in section four. where the response of the ftml to the AMT is ignored. In section five the behavioral response of the firm to the.