Theory of Games and Economic Behaviour – EBOOK

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First published in 1944, Theory of Games and Economic Behavior is the groundbreaking text by mathematician John von Neumann and economist Oskar Morgenstern which founded the interdisciplinary research field of game theory. Widely considered to be the classic work upon which modern-day game theory is based. The book is based on prior research by von … Read more

Is there a crisis in financial academic research?


It may sound like a low-budget Blade Runner rip-off, but over the past decade the scientific world has been gripped by a “replication crisis” — the findings of many seminal studies cannot be repeated, with huge implications. Is investing suffering from something similar? That is the incendiary argument of Campbell Harvey, professor of finance at … Read more

50 Questions for Quant Interviews

This list of questions has been floating around on the open internet for a while but we have yet to find the original source. If you know of the source or are the source then please contact and we will take appropriate action. Question #1 (statistics)How do you test whether a data sample is … Read more

14 Modern Financial Legends: Interviewed

In 2004, The American Finance Association Board approved a project to record aspects of the history of finance. Stephen Buser was appointed AFA’s Historian with the mission to produce video interviews with important contributors to financial economic knowledge. Eugene Fama Paul A. Samuelson Robert C. Merton Michael Jensen Myron Scholes Ken Arrow Jack Treynor Richard … Read more