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Re: MMA for finance/econometrics

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  • Subject: [mg2080] Re: MMA for finance/econometrics
  • From: william.oliver at colorado.edu (Bill Oliver)
  • Date: Fri, 29 Sep 1995 01:12:25 -0400
  • Organization: CU Psychology

In article <DFDvF5.5pF at wri.com>, jlsharrett at vcom.pdial.interpath.com wrote:

> Does anyone know of any books on the subject of
> mathematica used in the areas of financial analysis
> nad economics?
> 
> Thanks
> James Sharrett

You can look into a book edited by Hal Varian called "Economic and
financial modeling with Mathematica". The MMA packages that go with the
book are available at MathSource. Also, I have heard that a second volume
with the same or similar name is coming out soon.

-Bill-

-- 
william.oliver at colorado.edu


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