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Derivatives Analytics and Python with Yves Hilpisch

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Yves Hilpisch is the author of Derivatives Analytics with Python: Data Analysis, Models, Simulation, Calibration and Hedging out now from Wiley. Read a free sample chapter in our free e-Minibook here. To receive 30% off your own copy of this title enter our promo code MON30 when ordering direct from www.wiley.com

Jacob Bettany: Could you tell me a little bit about your background and how you came to be involved with...

Daniel Lacalle Discusses the Flattening of the Energy World

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Daniel Lacalle is the author with Diego Parrilla of The Energy World is Flat: Opportunities from the End of Peak Oil out now published by Wiley. To receive 30% off your copy enter our promo code MON30 at the checkout when ordering direct from www.wiley.com

Jacob Bettany: Could you tell us a little bit about your background and how you came to write this book?

Daniel Lacalle: I started my professional experience...

A Brief History of Bitcoin and Blockchain Research (2011-2014)

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2011

On Bitcoin and Red Balloons Moshe Babaioff, Shahar Dobzinski, Sigal Oren, Aviv Zohar

Analysis of Bitcoin Pooled Mining Reward Systems Meni Rosenfeld

Bitcoin: An Innovative Alternative Digital Currency Reuben Grinberg

2012

Bitcoin: Tempering the Digital Ring of Gyges or Implausible...

Call for Papers: Special Issue on ‘Islamic Finance’ - Global Finance Journal

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Guest Editor: Kabir Hassan, University of New Orleans

This special issue solicits original research papers focused on Islamic Finance. We will consider manuscripts that address the broad set of issues dealing with Islamic Finance; theoretical or empirical. In particular, we are interested in papers that deal with Islamic corporations, including Shari’ah compliance principles and processes, the comparative analysis of Islamic and conventional companies, the...

Call for Papers: The Finance of Climate Change - Journal of Corporate Finance

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Financial decisions worldwide are increasingly influenced by the scarcity of resources and climate. The extent of the environmental impact from climate change is still uncertain but the recent scientific evidence is increasingly worrisome (IPCC, 2018) and many governments are taking decisive steps in order to avert a catastrophe. The transition towards a low-carbon economy requires a broad array of financial instruments and innovations that will have far-reaching...

FX Option Performance - an interview with Jessica James

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Jessica James discusses her new book FX Option Performance. Her co-authors are Jonathan Fullwood and Peter Billington. To get 30% off your copy of this title, order now direct at wiley.com and enter our promo code MON30 at the checkout.

Jessica James is Co-Head of the FX Quantitative Solutions team at Commerzbank in London. She joined Commerzbank from Citigroup where she held a number of FX roles, latterly as Global Head of the Quantitative...

A History of Behavioural Finance in Published Research: 1944 - 1988

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This list is an updated version of an outdated chronology which originally appeared on the excellent behaviouralfinance.net website.

I have been through the list systematically to find online versions of the papers where they are available, and where they are not (for free) have linked to the versions which can be purchased at Jstor.

If you find any errors, or would like to suggest other papers for the chronology then please do not hesistate to contact me:...

Susanne Chishti and Janos Barberis on Crowdsourcing, Financial Technology and The FINTECH Book

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We spoke with Susanne Chishti and Janos Barberis, editors of The FINTECH Book the first crowd-sourced book on FinTech globally. Representing thought leaders across 20+ countries, it will be published by Wiley in April 2016.

Jacob Bettany: Could you tell me a little bit about your backgrounds and how you came to edit The FINTECH Book? Why do you feel the book is necessary?

Susanne Chishti: I came to London 20...

Infographic: 58 Facts about Bitcoin

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10 years of the world with Bitcoin.

via https://rankwhizz.com/

How the Father of Arbitrage Pricing Theory Influenced Wall Street

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This year’s winner of the Wharton-Jacobs Levy Prize for Quantitative Financial Innovation, an award given to leading lights in the world of finance, is former Wharton professor Stephen Alan Ross. Many in the field consider him to be one of the most important thinkers in modern finance. One of his best-known ideas, for which he is receiving this award, is arbitrage pricing theory, or APT. It has been a staple of finance since he developed it in 1976 while at Wharton....

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