- Here are entered works on the development and use of innovative financial instruments and processes.
- Computational finance
- Engineering, Financial
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- found: Work cat.: Marshall, J.F. Financial engineering, 1991.
- found: BPI (Financial engineering See Financial innovations)
- found: Finnerty, J.D. Financial engineering in corporate finance : An overview, Financial Management, Winter 1988: pp. 14-33.
- found: RLIN data base (Zaiteku, Japanese translation of financial engineering)
- found: LC data base, 7/23/91.
- found: Wikipedia, Jan. 30, 2007 ("Computational finance (also known as financial engineering) is a cross-disciplinary field which relies on mathematical finance, numerical methods and computer simulations to make trading, hedging and investment decisions, as well as facilitating the risk management of those decisions. Utilizing various methods, practitioners of computational finance aim to precisely determine the financial risk that certain financial instruments create.")
- notfound: Web. 3;LC BIBL file, 7/23/91;MAGS
Here are entered works on the development and use of innovative financial instruments and processes.
- 1991-08-02: new
- 2007-03-09: revised
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