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RE: Re: MMA for finance/econometrics

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  • Subject: [mg2128] RE: [mg2081] Re: MMA for finance/econometrics
  • From: "Chandler, Seth" <SChandler at Mail.Law.UH.EDU>
  • Date: Wed, 4 Oct 1995 01:55:35 -0400

It's a fine book. The economics stuff is splendid.

Seth J. Chandler
Associate Professor of Law
University of Houston Law Center
 > From: mathgroup-adm
 > To: mathgroup
 > Subject: [mg2081] Re: MMA for finance/econometrics
 > Date: Friday, September 29, 1995 1:12AM
 > jlsharrett at wrote:
 > >
 > >Does anyone know of any books on the subject of
 > >mathematica used in the areas of financial analysis
 > >nad economics?
 > >
 > >Thanks
 > >James Sharrett
 > >
 > >
 > >
 > >
 > I have recently purchased: Economic and Financial Modelling with
 > Mathematica by Hal R. Varian (ed). 1993. TELOS, Springer-Verlag..
 > I am not an economist so I can't comment on the economics. There are a
 > number of interesting mma applications with code on disk. The book may me 

 > getting a bit outdated now, but it may be a good place to start. Beware
 > though, TELOS books are not for the faint of heart and require quite a 
 > of background knowledge to properly use them!
 > Take care
 > HAS

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