Using utility functions to model risky bonds
Joanna M. Goard, University of WollongongFollow
Goard, J. M. (2007). Using utility functions to model risky bonds. Applied Mathematical Finance, 14 (3), 261-289.
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Professor Aditya K. Ghose
Supply chain management and optimisation. Constraint programming within business process management including the current ‘greening’ issue of climate change
Dr Samuel Fosso Wamba
IT (e.g., RFID technology) impact on business process, business value of IT(e.g., RFID technology), supply chain optimisation.
Associate Professor Katina Michael
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