To appear in: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society ‘A’. Cont, Rama & Peter Tankov, Financial Modelling With Jump Processes. Chapman & Hall/CRC Financial. Financial modeling with jump processes / Rama Cont, Peter Tankov. p. cm. — ( Chapman & Hall/CRC financial mathematics series). Includes bibliographical. Financial Modelling with Jump Processes, Second Edition. Front Cover. Peter Tankov, Rama Cont. Taylor & Francis, Dec 15, – Mathematics – pages.
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Part III Option pricing in models with jumps. Chapter 1 Financial modelling beyond Brownian motion.
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