Futures, Option, and Swaps

February 28, 2008

This textbook deals with derivatives, taking students from the basics to recent product developments. It combines detailed exposition with comprehensive exercises and a variety of examples, and supplies suggestions for further reading after each chapter.

Who is it for? Broad coverage makes this text suitable for a range of undergraduate and masters students.

Presentation: This is a well-structured text that would do very well as prescribed reading for a course.

Would you recommend it? Yes

Futures, Option, and Swaps

Authors: Robert W. Kolb and James A. Overdahl
Edition: Fifth
Publisher: Blackwell
Pages: 840
Price: £39.99
ISBN 9781405150491

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