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  • Volatility and Correlationby Riccardo Rebonato

    Wiley 2005; US$ 179.00

    The new edition of Volatility and Correlation has been thoroughly updated and expanded with over 80% new or reworked material, reflecting the changes and developments that have taken place in the field. The new and updated material includes: empirical and theoretical analysis of the smile dynamics; examination of the perfect-replication model in... more...

  • Plight of the Fortune Tellersby Riccardo Rebonato

    Princeton University Press 2007; US$ 35.00

    Today's top financial-risk professionals have come to rely on ever-more sophisticated mathematics in their attempts to come to grips with financial risk. But this excessive reliance on quantitative precision is misleading--and it puts us all at risk. This is the case that Riccardo Rebonato makes in Plight of the Fortune Tellers --and coming from... more...

  • Coherent Stress Testingby Riccardo Rebonato

    Wiley 2010; US$ 87.00

    “Rebonato’s refreshingly original book is the most significant advance in financial risk management in many years. It is rigorous yet thoroughly practical, proposing an operational Bayesian framework that complements purely statistical approaches with the causal/economic structure needed for coherent stress testing. Prominently displayed... more...

  • Plight of the Fortune Tellersby Riccardo Rebonato

    Princeton University Press 2010; US$ 22.95

    Today's top financial professionals have come to rely on ever-more sophisticated mathematics in their attempts to come to grips with financial risk. But this excessive reliance on quantitative precision is misleading--and puts everyone at risk. In Plight of the Fortune Tellers , Riccardo Rebonato forcefully argues that we must restore genuine decision... more...

  • Taking Libertiesby Riccardo Rebonato

    Palgrave Macmillan 2012; US$ 47.00

    Riccardo Rebonato offers a critical analysis of the Libertarian Paternalist approach that has taken the political landscape by storm. This book explores the justifications used by states to influence behaviour, and the impact of such policies on individual freedoms and rights, opening up new avenues of criticism. more...

  • Portfolio Management under Stressby Riccardo Rebonato; Alexander Denev

    Cambridge University Press 2014; US$ 52.00

    A rigorous presentation of a novel methodology for asset allocation in financial portfolios under conditions of market distress. more...

  • The SABR/LIBOR Market Modelby Riccardo Rebonato; Kenneth McKay; Richard White

    Wiley 2011; US$ 119.00

    “ This is the best of Rebonato’s books. The conversational spirit of the previous manuscripts is here pleasantly retained. But, the value added is the mathematical rigor that permeates the description of the proposed model. Definitely a must .” Fabio Mercurio, Senior Quantitative Analyst, Bloomberg New York “ A book that... more...

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