Stochastic Filtering with Applications in Finance

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World Scientific, 2010 - Business & Economics - 339 pages
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This book provides a comprehensive account of stochastic filtering as a modeling tool in finance and economics. It aims to present this very important tool with a view to making it more popular among researchers in the disciplines of finance and economics. It is not intended to give a complete mathematical treatment of different stochastic filtering approaches, but rather to describe them in simple terms and illustrate their application with real historical data for problems normally encountered in these disciplines. Beyond laying out the steps to be implemented, the steps are demonstrated in the context of different market segments. Although no prior knowledge in this area is required, the reader is expected to have knowledge of probability theory as well as a general mathematical aptitude.

Its simple presentation of complex algorithms required to solve modeling problems in increasingly sophisticated financial markets makes this book particularly valuable as a reference for graduate students and researchers interested in the field. Furthermore, it analyses the model estimation results in the context of the market and contrasts these with contemporary research publications. It is also suitable for use as a text for graduate level courses on stochastic modeling.


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Stochastic Filtering in Finance
2 Foreign Exchange Market Filtering Applications
3 Equity Market Filtering Applications
4 Filtering Application Inflation and the Macroeconomy
5 Interest Rate Model and NonLinear Filtering
6 Filtering and Hedging using Interest Rate Futures
7 A Multifactor Model of Credit Spreads
8 Credit Default Swaps Filtering the Components
9 CDS Options Implied Volatility and Unscented Kalman Filter
10 Stochastic Volatility Model and NonLinear Filtering Application
11 Applications for Filtering with Jumps

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Bhar is an Associate Professor in the School of Banking and Finance at The University of New South Wales in Australia.

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