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- A benchmark approach to quantitative finance
- A celebration of the ties that bind us: connections between actuarial science and mathematical finance
- A man for all markets : from Las Vegas to Wall Street, how I beat the dealer and the market
- A workout in computational finance
- ARCH models and financial applications
- ARCH models for financial applications
- Advanced analytical models : over 800 models and 300 applications from the Basel II Accord to Wall Street and beyond
- Advanced financial modelling
- Advanced quantitative finance with C++ : create and implement mathemtical models in C++ using quatitaive finance
- Advances in quantitative analysis of finance and accounting, Volume 2, New series
- Advances in quantitative analysis of finance and accounting, Volume 4
- Advances in quantitative analysis of finance and accounting, Volume 5
- Advances in quantitative analysis of finance and accounting, Volume 6
- An introduction to econophysics : correlations and complexity in finance
- An introduction to econophysics : correlations and complexity in finance
- An introduction to wavelet theory in finance : a wavelet multiscale approach
- Applications in multicriteria decision making, data envelopment analysis, and finance
- Aspects of mathematical finance
- Asset price dynamics, volatility, and prediction
- Asset pricing theory
- Bayesian methods in finance
- Bayesian risk management : a guide to model risk and sequential learning in financial markets
- Biologically inspired algorithms for financial modelling
- Building automated trading systems : with an introduction to Visual C++.NET 2005
- C# for financial markets
- Continuous stochastic calculus with applications to finance
- Continuous-time finance
- Copula methods in finance
- Counterparty credit risk, collateral and funding : with pricing cases for all asset classes
- Credit models and the crisis : a journey into CDOs, Copulas, correlations and dynamic models
- Deep dive into financial models : modeling risk and uncertainty
- Dynamic copula methods in finance
- Elementary calculus of financial mathematics
- Essentials of econophysics modelling
- Exponential functionals of Brownian motion and related processes
- Extreme events in finance : a handbook of extreme value theory and its applications
- Extreme value methods with applications to finance
- Finance : a characteristics approach
- Finance : a characteristics approach
- Finance : a quantitative introduction, Volume 1
- Finance theory and asset pricing
- Finance, economics, and mathematics
- Financial aggregation and index number theory
- Financial and macroeconomic connectedness : a network approach to measurement and monitoring
- Financial market complexity
- Financial modeling
- Financial modeling
- Financial modeling in excel
- Financial modeling with Crystal Ball and Excel
- Financial modelling : theory, implementation and practice (with Matlab source)
- Financial modelling applications and data envelopment applications
- Financial modelling in practice : a concise guide for intermediate and advanced level
- Financial modelling with jump processes
- Financial models with Lévy processes and volatility clustering
- Financial networks : statics and dynamics
- Foundations for financial economics
- Fourier transform methods in finance
- Frequently asked questions in quantitative finance : including key models, important formulae, popular contracts, essays and opinions, a history of quantitative finance, sundry lists, the commonest mistakes in quant finance, brainteasers, plenty of straight-talking, the Modellers ́Manifesto and lots more
- Fundamental models in financial theory
- Funds : private equity, hedge and all core structures
- Funds : private equity, hedge and all core structures
- Funds : private equity, hedge and all core structures
- GARCH models : structure, statistical inference and financial applications
- Handbook in Monte Carlo simulation : applications in financial engineering, risk management, and economics
- Handbook of high-frequency trading and modeling in finance
- Haskell financial data modeling and predictive analytics
- Heavy-tail phenomena : probabilistic and statistical modeling
- High-Frequency Financial Econometrics
- How I became a quant : insights from 25 of Wall Street's elite
- How economic growth and inflation happen
- Linear factor models in finance
- Louis Bachelier's theory of speculation : the origins of modern finance
- Market risk and financial markets modeling : Perm Winter School
- Markets with transaction costs : mathematical theory
- Martingale methods in financial modelling
- Martingale methods in financial modelling
- Mathematical methods for finance : tools for asset and risk management
- Mathematical methods for financial markets
- Mathematical methods in investment and finance.
- Mathematical techniques in finance : tools for incomplete markets
- Mathematical techniques in finance : tools for incomplete markets
- Mathematical techniques in financial market trading
- Mathematics for economics and finance
- Measure, probability, and mathematical finance : a problem oriented approach
- Measuring risk in complex stochastic systems
- Methods of mathematical finance
- Microeconomics of banking
- Microeconomics of banking
- Modeling and pricing of swaps for financial and energy markets with stochastic volatilities
- Modelling and forecasting high frequency financial data
- Multi-factor models and signal processing techniques : application to quantitative finance
- Multivariate nonparametric regression and visualization : with R and applications to finance
- New series
- Non-Gaussian Merton-Black-Scholes theory
- Nonlinear time series models in empirical finance
- Numerical methods in finance
- Numerical methods in finance : Bordeaux, June 2010
- Numerical techniques in finance
- Optimization methods in finance
- Paul Wilmott introduces quantitative finance
- Physics of finance : gauge modelling in non-equilibrium pricing
- Practical financial optimization : a library of GAMS models
- Prices in financial markets
- Principles of financial economics
- Principles of financial economics
- Problems and solutions in mathematical finance, Volume 1, Stochastic calculus
- Quantitative analysis, derivatives modeling, and trading strategies : in the presence of counterparty credit risk for fixed-income market
- Quantitative finance for physicists : an introduction
- Quantitative risk management : concepts, techniques and tools
- Risk finance and asset pricing : value, measurements, and markets
- Semiparametric modeling of implied volatility
- Solving an empirical puzzle in the capital asset pricing model
- Stable Paretian models in finance
- Statistical analysis of financial data in S-PLUS
- Statistical tools for finance and insurance
- Statistics of financial markets : an introduction
- Stochastic Calculus for Quantitative Finance
- Stochastic calculus of variations in mathematical finance
- Stochastic filtering with applications in finance
- Stochastic methods in economics and finance
- Stochastic methods in finance : lectures given at the C.I.M.E.-E.M.S. summer school held in Bressanone/Brixen, Italy, July 6-12, 2003
- Stochastic processes for insurance and finance
- Stochastic simulation and applications in finance with MATLAB programs
- Stochastic volatility : selected readings
- The Concepts and practice of mathematical finance
- The Fisher model and financial markets
- The Heston model and its extensions in Matlab and C#
- The Heston model and its extensions in VBA + website
- The concepts and practice of mathematical finance
- The economic efficiency of financial markets
- The economics of continuous-time finance
- The handbook of news analytics in finance
- The mathematics of financial models : solving real-world problems with quantitative methods
- The money formula : dodgy finance, pseudo science, and how mathematicians took over the markets
- The risk of financial modeling : VaR and the economic meltdown : hearing before the Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight, Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, first session, September 10, 2009
- The spread of financial sophistication through emerging markets worldwide
- The theory of financial markets and information
- Theory of financial decision making
- Tools for computational finance

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