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Principles of Financial Economics
Stephen F. LeRoy
University of California, Santa Barbara
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Jan Werner
University of Minnesota
@ March 10, 2000, Stephen F. LeRoy and Jan Werner
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Mathematical Economics and Finance
Michael Harrison Patrick Waldron
December 2, 1998
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An Introduction to Derivatives Pricing
Lane P. Hughston
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second edition
by Edward Nelson
Department of Mathematics Princeton University
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Brownian Motion for the School-Going Child
R.S. Bhalerao
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India
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The Basics of Financial Mathematics
Spring 2003
Richard F. Bass
Department of Mathematics
University of Connecticut
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Stochastic Calculus
Alan Bain
1. Introduction
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