This list of references on the subject of stochastic modelling is far from exhaustive. Many more references can be found in the proceedings of the 1 st and 2nd AFIR International Colloquiums (Paris 1990 and Brighton 1991) and in the financial economics literature.
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Clarkson, R. S. (1991). A non-linear stochastic model for inflation. Proceedings of the 2nd AFIR International Colloquium, 3, 233.
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