Author(s): Marek Capinski, Tomasz ZastawniakDifference between 2nd and 1st editions Side by side comparison of table of contents helps to figure out the most significant changes. |

**Key differences between 2nd and 1st editions**

- Time lapse between current and previous publications: 7 years (2010 vs 2003).
- In Second edition the material has been thoroughly revised and rearranged.
- Each chapter begins with acase study -- a real-life situation motivating the development of theoretical tools. A detailed discussion of the case study at the end of each chapter.
- New chapter 6 "Binomial Model" dicsusses:
- Definition of the Model
- Option Pricing
- American Claims
- Martingale Property
- Hedging
- New chapter 8 "Continuous Time Model" presents the following fresh topics:
- Shortcomings of Discrete Models
- Continuous Time Limit
- Overview of Stochastic Calculus
- Options in Black-Scholes Model
- Risk Management

Mathematics for Finance: An Introduction to Financial Engineering

Published by: Springer, November 25, 2010

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Mathematics for Finance: An Introduction to Financial Engineering

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