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- Abel, A. B. (1988), Stock Prices under Time Varying Dividend Risk: An Exact Solution in an Infinite Horizon General Equilibrium Model, Journal of

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- Anderson, H. M. (1994), Transaction Costs and Nonlinear Adjustment

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- Hamilton (1988) applies a Markov switching model to U.S. short-term interest rate data and finds that this model fits the data better than a linear autoregressive model. Granger (1993) shows that the U.S. short-term interest rate depends in a nonlinear manner on the spread between long and short interest rates.
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- Cleveland, W. S. (1979), Robust Locally Weighted Regression and Smoothing

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- The Locally Weighted Regression (LWR) Method We attempt to uncover nonlinear relationships in the 90-day T-bill rate using the nonparametric locally weighted regression (LWR) method. LWR is a nearest-neighbor (NN) estimation technique, first introduced by
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- Das, S. R. (1993), Mean Rate Shifts and Alternative Models of the Interest Rate: Theory and Evidence, Working paper, Stern School of Business, New York, NY. Dechert, W. (1988), A Characterization of Independence for a Gaussian Process in Terms of the Correlation Dimension, SSRI Working Paper 8812,

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- Granger, C. W. J. (1993), Modelling Non-linear Economic Relationships, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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- Hamilton, J. (1988), Rational Expectations Econometric Analysis of Changes in Regimes: An Investigation of the Term Structure of Interest Rates, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 12, 385-423.

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- From an empirical perspective, the presence of nonlinearities would form the basis for improved predictability of interest rates. Recent empirical research documents nonlinear dynamics both in the mean and in the variance of interest rates.
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- Hodrick, P. J. (1987), Risk, Uncertainty, and Exchange Rates, NBER working paper no. 2429. -17-

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- Hsieh, D. (1991), Chaos and Nonlinear Dynamics: Application to Financial

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- The in-sample and out-of-sample superior performance of the LWR methodology appears to be robust to autoregression order, window size, and forecasting measure. This evidence is much more encouraging than that found for exchange rates (Diebold and Nason (1990), Meese and Rose (1990)) and stock returns (LeBaron (1988),
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- Kozicki, S. (1994), A Nonlinear Model of the Term Structure, Working paper, Federal Reserve Board, Washington, DC. LeBaron, B., (1988), The Changing Structure of Stock Returns, Working Paper, University of Wisconsin.

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- Merton, M. C. (1973), The theory of rational option pricing, Bell Journal of Economics and Management Science, 4, 141-183.

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- Owners and managers of fixed income portfolios will find accurate forecasts essential. Despite the sizable body of research focusing on the term structure of interest rates, models based on the analytics of this relationship–whether arbitrage-based (e.g.
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- Nason, J. M. (1988), The Equity Premium and Time-varying Risk Behavior, Finance and Economics Discussion Series no. 8, Federal Reserve Board.

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- Phillips, P. C. B. (1987), Time Series Regression with a Unit Root, Econometrica, 55, 277-301. _______ and P. Perron (1988), Testing for a Unit Root in Time Series

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- T-bill rate changes are symmetric but leptokurtic. We first investigate the low-frequency properties of the T-Bill rate series. To do so, we apply the Phillips-Perron tests (PP)
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- Sims, C. A. (1984), Martingale-like Behavior of Prices and Interest Rates, Discussion paper no. 205, Dept. of Economics, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.

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- Stone, C. J. (1977), Consistent non-parametric regression, Annals of Statistics, 5, 595-645. -19-

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- To set the observation weights, we use the tricube weighting function wit=1−u 3 () 3 , where u≡ xit−t x∗ xq−t x∗ (3) The value of the regression surface at ∗x is then computed as y ˆ ∗=ˆ g ∗x ()=∗x ′ˆ ,(4) where n 2 .(5) ˆ =argmin wt t=1 ∑ty−tx′()
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