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Financial Engineering and Islamic Contracts
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ean: 9781403947192, isbn: 1403947198,
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The text is the first of its kind on financial engineering and risk management in Islamic finance. It sets out detailed guidelines for financial engineering from an Islamic perspective. The text also presents some practical issues concerning futures ...
Credit Risk Management: Pricing, Measurement, and Modeling
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ean: 9783319497990, isbn: 3319497995,
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This book introduces to basic and advanced methods for credit risk management. It covers classical debt instruments and modern financial markets products. The author describes not only standard rating and scoring methods like Classification Trees or ...
Buildings, Projects, and Babies
ean: 9781970024357, isbn: 1970024356,
Offering tips and strategies in this manual for project managers, The Author -An experienced project manager- who has worked on many construction sites, never uses the word “problem” for the hurdles that come up during the building process. He pr...
Dictionary of Financial Engineering
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ean: 9780471242918, isbn: 0471242918,
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A practical guide to the inside language of the world of derivative instruments and risk management Financial engineering is where technology and quantitative analysis meet on Wall Street to solve risk problems and find investment opportunities. It ...
Something for Nothing: Arbitrage and Ethics on Wall Street
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ean: 9780393285512, isbn: 0393285510,
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From a leading financial economist, a searching examination of the ethics of modern finance.In 2001, Goldman Sachs structured a complex financial contract so that its client, the government of Greece, would appear to have far less debt than it actual...
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