Posted by **leonardo78** at Jan. 12, 2017

Publisher: Cambridge University Press | 2011 | ISBN: 0521192536 | 322 pages | PDF | 1,05 MB

This textbook on the basics of option pricing is accessible to readers with limited mathematical training. It is for both professional traders and undergraduates studying the basics of finance.

Posted by **fdts** at Dec. 20, 2012

by Sheldon M. Ross

English | 2011 | ISBN: 0521192536 | 322 pages | PDF | 1.05 MB

Posted by **step778** at Oct. 23, 2014

2003 | pages: 411 | ISBN: 1441930620 | PDF | 9,2 mb

Posted by **tanas.olesya** at Oct. 12, 2014

Cambridge University Press | August 28, 1999 | English | ISBN: 0521770432 | 184 pages | PDF | 37 MB

This mathematically elementary introduction to the theory of options pricing presents the Black-Scholes theory of options as well as introducing such topics in finance as the time value of money, mean variance analysis, optimal portfolio selection, and the capital assets pricing model.

Posted by **AvaxGenius** at June 18, 2017

English | EPUB | 2016 | 483 Pages | ISBN : 1493937812 | 6 MB

This textbook aims to fill the gap between those that offer a theoretical treatment without many applications and those that present and apply formulas without appropriately deriving them. The balance achieved will give readers a fundamental understanding of key financial ideas and tools that form the basis for building realistic models, including those that may become proprietary.

Posted by **AvaxGenius** at April 22, 2017

English | EPUB | 2016 | 483 Pages | ISBN : 1493937812 | 6 MB

This textbook aims to fill the gap between those that offer a theoretical treatment without many applications and those that present and apply formulas without appropriately deriving them. The balance achieved will give readers a fundamental understanding of key financial ideas and tools that form the basis for building realistic models, including those that may become proprietary.

Posted by **AlenMiler** at June 28, 2016

English | 30 Jun. 2016 | ISBN: 1493937812 | 483 Pages | PDF (True) | 7.77 MB

This textbook aims to fill the gap between those that offer a theoretical treatment without many applications and those that present and apply formulas without appropriately deriving them.

Posted by **ChrisRedfield** at Dec. 22, 2015

Published: 2004-03-19 | ISBN: 354040502X | PDF | 162 pages | 4.73 MB

Posted by **Alexpal** at June 3, 2007

Publisher: Blackwell Publishing Limited (June 1, 1997) | ISBN-10: 1557869456 | PDF | 60 Mb | 262 pages

Pliska's book lays out the fundamentals of discrete time models in a clear and concise manner. The book is mostly self contained and well supported with examples that enhance understanding. I read it as a part of my introductory Phd finance course along with Theory of Financial Decision Making by Ingersoll and Foundations for Financial Economics Huang & Litzenberger (not direct competitors) and found Pliska's book to be the most understandable of the three.

Posted by **colorados** at July 9, 2010

Publisher: The MIT Press | ISBN: 026201369X | edition 2010 | PDF | 736 pages | 14,2 mb

This text offers an accessible yet rigorous development of many of the fields of mathematics necessary for success in investment and quantitative finance, covering topics applicable to portfolio theory, investment banking, option pricing, investment, and insurance risk management. The approach emphasizes the mathematical framework provided by each mathematical discipline, and the application of each framework to the solution of finance problems. It emphasizes the thought process and mathematical approach taken to develop each result instead of the memorization of formulas to be applied (or misapplied) automatically. The objective is to provide a deep level of understanding of the relevant mathematical theory and tools that can then be effectively used in practice, to teach students how to "think in mathematics" rather than simply to do mathematics by rote.