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An Introduction to Mathematical and Quantitative Methods for Finance and Economics By Paul Turner
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This is a textbook which covers essential material for a one semester module in mathematics and quantitative methods. It is aimed at Masters or advanced undergraduate level students
Quantitative Finance By Shiv Srikantia
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During the start of the new millennium, while few people noticed, Wall Street began hiring physicists and mathematicians with Ph.D. degrees. Physicists from academia were lured into Wall Street and... More > put to work on mathematical equations that could uproot conventional economic theories. Brilliant physicists were now poised to shape the world’s economies in ways that mankind might never have imagined thirty years ago. With a new set of formulas developed by physicists, conventional economic theories would be challenged and wealth could be created by managing risk scientifically.< Less
Unified Theories in Finance By Avraam Rafailidis
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This book provides a new framework for asset dynamics modelling. Known models are naturally parametrized and new models of increasing sophistication emerge. The theory provides for an internally... More > consistent framework that results to interrelated dynamics across all asset classes. Hence once the exogenously specified "chaos parameters" are chosen, dynamics for equity, foreign exchange pairs, interest rates and the like are all simultaneously being produced, therefore eliminating the need for a separate ad hoc choice for each. Applications to non linear asset pricing and delta one algorithmic trading strategies are being discussed and basic examples are provided.< Less
Essential Financial Mathematics By Joseph Previte & Robert Hoffman
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This text is designed for a one-semester non-technical introduction to the mathematics of finance. Topics include: interest, inflation, retirements, annuities, mortgages, taxes, credit cards, leases,... More > stocks and bonds, and other investments.< Less
What is Quantitative Finance ? By Equation Meridian
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During the start of the new millennium, while few people noticed, Wall Street began hiring physicists and mathematicians with Ph.D. degrees. Physicists from academia were lured into Wall Street and... More > put to work on mathematical equations that could uproot conventional economic theories. Brilliant physicists were now poised to shape the world’s economies in ways that mankind might never have imagined thirty years ago. With a new set of formulas developed by physicists, conventional economic theories would be challenged and wealth could be created by managing risk scientifically.< Less
The Mathematical Order of Musing By Laura Wang
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Mathematics is a language, a form of expression which can be used to express our thoughts like any other language. It is a tool which has been used for centuries in Physics, Chemistry, Finance, and... More > many other fields to formulate phenomena. It is used in this booklet, to help express the emotional and philosophical thoughts, in hopes of placing the chaos of thoughts into certain manageable order< Less
A Matlab based introduction to financial mathematics By Kyriakos Chourdakis
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An introduction to financial mathematics using Matlab. The document is incomplete and needs some editing, but the following contents are there: 1. Elements of stochastic calculus 2. The... More > Black-Scholes world 3. Finite difference methods 4. Transform methods 5. Historical estimation and filtering 6. Volatility 7. Fixed income securities [to be completed] 8. Credit risk [to be added] 9. Risk Management [to be added] A. Using Matlab with Microsoft Excel Any feedback, corrections and suggestions are most welcome! K.-< Less
FAST MONEY : Secrets of the Finance-Centric Global Economy By Shiv Srikantia
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By about 1995, when Wall Street discovered a new use for advanced mathematics, Investment Banks and Hedge Funds began hiring physicists with Ph.D. degrees. With a new set of formulas developed by... More > physicists who came to be known as Quants, wealth could be created by managing risk scientifically. In good faith therefore, the quant physicists set out to create an ambiance where enormous sums of borrowed money could be intelligently poured into speculative investments. Mathematical equations were now poised to shape the world’s economies in ways that mankind might never have imagined thirty years ago. As an honest career counselling guide therefore, this book will either talk you into a fast-paced high pressure job in Wall Street or quietly talk you out of it ! NOTE : To make this a standalone publication, a few chapters and excerpts from the book titled "American Capitalism, Americanomics, and Multinational Corporations" have been included in the presentation.< Less
The Greater Poverty and Wealth of Nations: How every economy has the latent financial resources with which to finance the doubling of its GDP in one year at constant price. An Introduction to Operating Level Economics By Siize Punabantu
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At what point in economic development can science fiction become science fact? In this remarkable book Siize Punabantu BA PDMS MBA, examines how every economy has the potential internal financial... More > resources for the doubling of its GDP in one fiscal year. With the approach advocated here governments and the private sector can wipe out unemployment, which is currently a huge post recession problem, without being at a loss for where to find the resources and without a wider deficit. It explains in detail how businesses of any size from the corner bottle store to billion dollar mining giants can function with zero operating costs and how governments can create economies where the burden of tax is not experienced by businesses whilst increasing internal tax revenue collection. Inflation and poverty can become a relic. Many countries, businesses, institutions and peoples today face challenging circumstances ; it is for them that the evidence, theory and mathematics in this book promises to make a difference.< Less
The Greater Poverty and Wealth of Nations: How every economy has the latent financial resources with which to finance the doubling of its GDP in one year at constant price. An Introduction to Operating Level Economics By Siize Punabantu
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At what point in economic development can science fiction become science fact? In this remarkable book Siize Punabantu BA PDMS MBA, examines how every economy has the potential internal financial... More > resources for the doubling of its GDP in one fiscal year. With the approach advocated here governments and the private sector can wipe out unemployment, which is currently a huge post recession problem, without being at a loss for where to find the resources and without a wider deficit. It explains in detail how businesses of any size from the corner bottle store to billion dollar mining giants can function with zero operating costs and how governments can create economies where the burden of tax is not experienced by businesses whilst increasing internal tax revenue collection. Inflation and poverty can become a relic. Many countries, businesses, institutions and peoples today face challenging circumstances ; it is for them that the evidence, theory and mathematics in this book promises to make a difference.< Less

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