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Complex-Valued Modeling in Economics and Finance

Complex-Valued Modeling in Economics and Finance outlines the theory, methodology, and techniques behind modeling economic processes using complex variables theory. The theory of complex variables functions is widely used in many scientific fields, since work with complex variables can appropriately describe different complex real-life processes. Many economic indicators and factors reflecting the properties of the […]

Computational Methods for Quantitative Finance

The subject of mathematical finance has undergone rapid development in recent years, with mathematical descriptions of financial markets evolving both in volume and technical sophistication. Pivotal in this development have been quantitative models and computational methods for calibrating mathematical models to market data, and for obtaining option prices of concrete products from the calibrated models. […]

The Future of Finance: A New Model for Banking and Investment

One of the many problems that venture capital, to some extent, and private equity, to a greater extent, have faced in recent years is the general public’s general lack of understanding of these disciplines: how they work, why they have grown, what they achieve, and who they impact. Regrettably few works by well-informed writers have […]