DFS Model 


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DFS ModelOne of the continuumofgoods models of Dornbusch, Fischer, and Samuelson (1977, 1980).Similar MatchesSolow modelSolow modelThe neoclassical growth model. Also called the SolowSwan Model. Specific factors modelSpecific factors modelA model in which some or all factors are specific factors. The most common version is the RicardoViner Model, with one specific factor (often capital or land) in each industry plus another factor (often labor) that is mobile between them. But an extreme form of the model, the CairnesHaberler Model, has all factors specific. Deterministic modelsDeterministic modelsLiabilitymatching models that assume that the liability payments and the asset cash flows are known with certainty. Related: Stochastic models. International Asset Pricing Model (IAPM)International Asset Pricing Model (IAPM)The international version of the CAPM assuming that investors in each country share the same consumption basket and purchasing power parity holds. Stochastic modelsStochastic modelsLiabilitymatching models that assume that the liability payments and the asset cash flows are uncertain. Related: Deterministic models. Further SuggestionsCapital asset pricing model (CAPM)MundellFleming Model HeckscherOhlinSamuelson Model Binomial option pricing model Static model Two state option pricing model Dynamic model dividend discount model Continuumofgoods model Arbitrage free option pricing models Discounted dividend model (DDM) Value at risk model (VaR) Asset pricing model Index model Pie model of capital structure Revenue model Investment Valuation Model (IVM) capital asset pricing model Dividend Discount Model (DDM) Constant growth model Factor Proportions Model Time series models Garman Kohlhagen option pricing model Canonical model of currency crises ISLM Model 
