Multi-Period Credit Default Prediction With Time-Varying Covariates

In credit default prediction models, the need to deal with time-varying covariates often arises. For instance, in the context of corporate default prediction a typical approach is to estimate a hazard model by regressing the hazard rate on time-varying covariates like balance sheet or stock market variables. If the prediction horizon covers multiple periods, this leads to the problem that the future evolution of these covariates is unknown. Consequently, some authors have proposed a framework that augments the prediction problem by covariate forecasting models.

Provided by: Munich Personal Repec Archive Topic: CXO Date Added: Apr 2011 Format: PDF

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