Modern Risk Management: A History

Modern Risk Management: A History
Risk Books | 2003-07 | ISBN: 1904339050 | 611 pages | File type: PDF | 2 mb
Published in celebration of the 15th anniversary of Risk magazine, this commemorative title chronicles the major historical developments within the derivatives industry whilst presenting a wealth of new insights, perspectives and case studies on assorted risk management issues.

Covers the theories, models, measures, applications, software and regulation issues that have shaped the industry and offers an abundance of realistic and considered future perspectives. Includes new perspectives on various risk related issues as well as new case studies on derivatives disasters and rogue trading.

Each contributing author represents the pinnacle of their respective field including: John Hull, Mark Rubinstein and Robert Jarrow, Paul Samuelson and Robert Merton, Riccardo Rebonato, Lane Hughston, Christopher Culp, Virginia Reynolds Parker, Jeff Porter, Emanuel Derman, Oldrich Vasicek and many more. Features anecdotal autobiographies from leading risk and finance figures in the field including, Nobel prize winners. A single-source volume covering every major theory and model - the definitive reference tool for the risk management professional or academic.

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