Financial Derivatives: Pricing, Applications, and Mathematics

Financial Derivatives Pricing Applications and Mathematics Combining their corporate and academic experiences Jamil Baz and George Chacko offer financial analysts a complete succinct account of the principles of financial derivatives pricing Readers with a

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