Foundations for Financial Economics. Foundations for Financial Economics. Chi- fu. Huang. and. Robert H. Litzenberger. New York. Based on formal derivations of financial theory, this volume provides a rigorous Foundations for financial economics Chi-fu Huang, Robert H. Litzenberger. Based on formal derivations of financial theory, this volume provides a rigorous Foundations for Financial Economics Chi-fu Huang, Robert H. Litzenberger.
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This is a textbook that is both lucid and elegant. It covers all the topics appropriate for an introductory Ph. While it was still in manuscript form I used sections of the book for teaching Ph. The book econommics organized along fairly conventional lines.
The first part Chapters 1 through 6 deals with two period models. In Chapter 1 a clear and concise treatment of the von Neumann-Morgenstern expected utility function is presented along with some discussion of the violations of the Independence Axiom in experimental work and Machina utility.
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