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Pricing for Pollution - Market Pricing, Government Regulation, Environmental Policy
Pollution--Economic aspects, Externalities (Economics), HC79.P55 B42 1990
Publisher: London: Institute of Economic Affairs 1990. (Hobart Paper)
Pricing for Profitability: Activity-Based Pricing for Competitive Advantage
Activity-based costing, Managerial accounting, Cost accounting, Pricing, HF5686.C8 D215 2002, 658.8/16
Daly, John L.
Credit Derivatives Pricing: Collateralized Debt Obligations Pricing Using CreditRisk+
Publisher: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller
Publisher: Chichester : Wiley, 2003
Transfer Pricing Handbook
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Financial Derivatives Pricing
The Pricing System
Robert Haney Scott
Asset Pricing Of
Wu Chong Feng Zhu
Pricing The Priceles
Art as an investment, Art--Marketing, N8680 .G7 1989, 338.4/77
Grampp, William D.
Publisher: Basic Books
Pricing Petroleum Products
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Firehouse Pricing Guide
James G Piatti
Publisher: Engine House
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc.
Lambert M. Surhone
Data Driven Pricing
Le Guen, Thibault
Publisher: Lap Lambert Academic Publishing
Pricing Consulting Services
Shays, E Michael
Publisher: Consultants Clearing House
Pricing Psychology Report
Publisher: Jensen-fann Publishers
Pricing Communication Networks Economics, Technology and Modelling
Costas Courcoubetis, Richard Weber
Darrell J. Oyer, Darrell J. Oyer CPA
Publisher: Berrett-koehler Publishers
Pricing Export Credit
Corporate Finance, Finance, General, Business & Economics -> Finance -> Corporate Finance, Business & Economics -> Finance -> Finance - General, Business & Economics -> Management -> International Business, SC512000, SC626000, SC616000, SC525000, 4371, 3092, 4374, 5543, SUCO41170
Publisher: Springer Nature
Commodity Option Pricing A Practitioner's Guide
Iain J. Clark
Commodity Option Pricing: A Practitioner's Guide covers commodity option pricing for quantitative analysts, traders or structurers in banks, hedge funds and commodity trading companies.
Based on the author's industry experience with commodity derivatives, this book provides a thorough and mathematical introduction to the various market conventions and models used in commodity option pricing. It introduces the various derivative products typically traded for commodities and describes how these models can be calibrated and used for pricing and risk management. The book has been developed with input from traders and examples using real world data, together with relevant up to date academic research.
The book includes practical descriptions of market conventions and quote codes used in commodity markets alongside typical products seen in broker quotes and used in calibration. Also discussed are commodity models and their mathematical derivation and volatility surface modelling for traded commodity derivatives. Gold, silver and other precious metals are addressed, including gold forward and gold lease rates, as well as copper, aluminium and other base metals, crude oil and natural gas, refined energy and electricity. There are also sections on the products encountered in commodities such as crack spread and spark spread options and alternative commodities such as carbon emissions, weather derivatives, bandwidth and telecommunications trading, plastics and freight.
Commodity Option Pricing is ideal for anyone working in commodities or aiming to make the transition into the area, as well as academics needing to familiarize themselves with the industry conventions of the commodity markets.