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Pricing American Options with the Two- and Three-Point Maximum Methods
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Individual versus Market Demand
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Pricing Put Options with the Explicit Finite-Difference Method
Pricing Put Options with the Binomial Method
Pricing Put Options with the Trinomial Method
Option Prices in the Kou Jump Diffusion Model
Principal Becomes an Agent
Parametric Value at Risk Calculator
Money Creation in the Banking System
Stock Option Strategies
Fishing with Long Line or Gill Net?
Variation in the Value of Mortgage Strips
Monopolistic Competition with a Homogeneous Product
Rational Refinancing of a Residential Mortgage
The Economics of Emissions of a Flow Pollutant
Dynamic Profit Maximization for a Monopolist
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