The project helps to address the absence of explicit pricing formulae and the complexity of proposed models (incomplete markets framework) requiring the application of advanced techniques from the area of Financial Mathematics.
|ARC scholar:||Raj Bahl|
|University:||University of Edinburgh|
|Period of research:||October 2013 – March 2017|
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