Advanced Analytical Models: Over 800 Models and 300 Applications from the Basel II Accord to Wall Street and Beyond

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Wiley, May 2, 2008 - Business & Economics - 1013 pages
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This is an in-depth guide to advanced analytical models. More practitioners are turning to financial modeling to quantitatively estimate the value of a security. "Advanced Analytical Models" offers a comprehensive set of 250 models that cover a wide range of industries and applications, including banking, manufacturing, military, pharmaceutical, financial services, oil and gas, operations research, risk simulation, portfolio optimization, and forecasting. The book includes a companion DVD that discusses all the models covered in the book and contains numerous informative case studies that will help readers apply the information they've learned in real-world situations. Johnathan Mun, PhD (San Francisco, CA) is currently the CEO of Real Options Valuation, Inc. and a professor at the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School and the University of Applied Sciences. Mun has authored numerous books for Wiley, including "Real Options Analysis, Second Edition" (978-0-471-74748-2).

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Johnathan Mun is currently the founder and CEO of Real Options Valuation, Inc., as well as the creator of the Real Options Super Lattice Solver software for real option valuation and Risk Simulator Monte Carlo simulation software. Prior to starting his own firm, he was the vice president of analytics at Decisioneering, Inc. Mun is also a Full Professor at the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School (California) and the University of Applied Sciences (Switzerland and Germany). He has authored numerous books, including Real Options Analysis, Real Options Analysis Course, Modeling Risk (previously titled Applied Risk Analysis before revision and updates), and Valuing Employee Stock Options (all published by Wiley). Mun has also taught and consulted for more than 300 corporations in twenty countries worldwide on risk analysis and real options, and is considered a leading authority on real options and risk analysis.

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