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Department of Business Studies, Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus Finance Working Papers, Department of Business Studies, Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2011

No. 00-16: Global Polynomial Kernel Hazard Estimation. Full Text
Jens Perch Nielsen and Carsten Tanggaard

No. 00-15: Quantifying the "Peso Problem" Bias: A Switching Regime Approach. Full Text
Allan Bødskov Andersen

No. 00-14: Credit Spreads and the Term Structure of Interest Rates. Full Text
Charlotte Christiansen

No. 00-13: Was the Honeymoon Effect Effective? An Analysis of the EMS Target Zone. Full Text
Allan Bødskov Andersen

No. 00-12: Exchange Rate Dynamics in a General Equilibrium Model with Decreasing Returns to Labor. Full Text
Allan Bødskov Andersen

No. 00-11: Narrow Banking.
Paula Peare

No. 00-10: Evaluating the C-CAPM and the Equity Premium Puzzle at Short and Long Horizons: A Markovian Bootstrap Approach. Full Text
Tom Engsted, Enno Mammen and Carsten Tanggaard

No. 00-9: The Relation Between Asset Returns and Inflation at Short and Long Horizons. Full Text
Tom Engsted and Carsten Tanggaard

No. 00-8: Measuring Noise in the Permanent Income Hypothesis Full Text
Tom Engsted

No. 00-7: Boundary and Bias Correction in Kernel Hazard Estimation Full Text
Jens Perch Nielsen and Carsten Tanggaard

No. 00-6: Variable Bandwidth Kernel Hazard Estimators Full Text
Jens Perch Nielsen

No. 00-5: Super-Efficient Prediction Based on High-Quality Marker Information Full Text
Jens Perch Nielsen

No. 00-4: Kernel Density Estimation of Actuarial Loss Functions. Full Text
Catalina Bolance, Montserrat Guillen and Jens Perch Nielsen

No. 00-3: Longevity Studies Based on Kernel Hazard Estimation. Full Text
Angie Felipe, Montserrat Guillen and Jens Perch Nielsen

No. 00-2: Uncovered Interest Parity and Policy Behavior New Evidence.
Michael Christensen

No. 00-1: Implied Volatility of Interest Rate Options: An Empirical Investigation of the Market Model.
Charlotte Christiansen and Charlotte Strunk Hansen


2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2011
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