Risk and Financial Management

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Risk and Financial Management

Risk and Financial Management: Mathematical and Computational Methods. C 2004 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd ISBN: 0-470-84908-8

C. Tapiero

Risk and Financial Management
Mathematical and Computational Methods

CHARLES TAPIERO
ESSEC Business School, Paris, France

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2004

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Contents
Preface xiii

Part I: Finance and Risk Management Chapter 1 Potpourri 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Theoretical finance and decision making 1.3 Insurance and actuarial science 1.4 Uncertainty and risk in finance 1.4.1 Foreign exchange risk 1.4.2 Currency risk 1.4.3 Credit risk 1.4.4 Other risks 1.5 Financial physics Selected introductory reading Making Economic Decisions under Uncertainty 2.1 Decision makers and rationality 2.1.1 The principles of rationality and bounded rationality 2.2 Bayes decision making 2.2.1 Risk management 2.3 Decision criteria 2.3.1 The expected value (or Bayes) criterion 2.3.2 Principle of (Laplace) insufficient reason 2.3.3 The minimax (maximin) criterion 2.3.4 The maximax (minimin) criterion 2.3.5 The minimax regret or Savage’s regret criterion 2.4 Decision tables and scenario analysis 2.4.1 The opportunity loss table 2.5 EMV, EOL, EPPI, EVPI 2.5.1 The...

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