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Time Series With Stochastic Volatility

J. Franke, W. Härdle, C. M. Hafner
Published 2011 · Economics

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In the previous chapters we have already discussed that volatility plays an important role in modelling financial systems and time series. Unlike the term structure, volatility is unobservable and thus must be estimated from the data.
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