Tranching and Pricing in CDO-Transactions

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FRANKE, Günter, Thomas WEBER, 2011. Tranching and Pricing in CDO-Transactions

@techreport{Franke2011Tranc-29787, series={Working Paper Series / Department of Economics}, title={Tranching and Pricing in CDO-Transactions}, year={2011}, number={2011-21}, author={Franke, Günter and Weber, Thomas} }

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