The Concepts and Practice of Mathematical Finance - Mathematics, Finance and Risk (Hardback)Mark S. Joshi (author)
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Number of pages: 558
Weight: 1220 g
Dimensions: 249 x 170 x 30 mm
Edition: 2nd Revised edition
' ... ideal for those who want to learn or deepen their knowledge about Quantitative Finance ... The breadth of the book particularly impressed me. It went from theoretical to practical, while covering implementation-related issues. It makes concepts such as Martingales, Measures and Numeraires look so natural and easy. Pricing Quantos or Spread-Options becomes an innate result of these concepts.' Wilmott Magzine
The author allows the reader as often as possible to get an intuition for the models and concepts. Helpful information is given on how to use and implement these models and concepts in practical terms. This practice-orientation makes this book different from others belonging to this category ... the text is also well suited as a textbook for a quantitative-oriented introductory course on finance at universities or other academic institutions ... one can say that this introductory book in offering a well balanced and up-to-date introduction to the theory and practice of mathematical finance overshadows many other books available on the same subject.' Zentralblatt MATH
'The book has been very nicely produced by Cambridge University Press. I would certainly recommend that anyone teaching an introductory or intermediate course on this topic seriously consider this book as a potential course text.' International Statistical Institute
'Very few books provide a balance between financial theory and practice. This book is one of the few that strikes that balance ... certainly a good addition to your collection of financial mathematics books.' SIAM Review
'The set-up of this book certainly meets the needs of the audience for whom this book is written. Moreover, the author brings the material in a very comprehensive way leading to new or better insights in several aspects of the material. An innovation is that besides worked out examples and exercises, a list of computer projects are included which encourage the reader to implement the models. This certainly adds to the learning process.' Kwantitatieve Methoden
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