Financial Mathematics in the Press
21 September 1998
Wall Street & Technology
Volume 12, No. 13, May 1995
Programs in Financial Mathematics
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The site includes a great description of the field of mathematical finance (and the profession of "financial engineer"), as well as a good description of the master's program at U of T.
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If you've got a mathematical problem, chances are they've got a software application that deals with it.
This is about the most comprehensive list of papers, journals, articles, and institutions that I've ever seen--for any profession or discipline. If you're looking for something finance related, this is your first stop.
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