Stochastic Differential Equations for Derivative Pricing and Energy Risk Management
The main objective of this chapter is twofold. First we introduce a number common stochastic processes used in the valuation of derivative contracts and financial simulations. Second, we consider their relevance to energy risk modeling.
KeywordsTransportation Hull Volatility Vanilla Hedging
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