Option Pricing: Real and Risk-Neutral Distributions


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CONSTANTINIDES, George M., Jens Carsten JACKWERTH, Stylianos PERRAKIS, 2007. Option Pricing: Real and Risk-Neutral Distributions. In: BIRGE, John R., ed., Vadim LINETSKY, ed.. Financial Engineering. Amsterdam:Elsevier, pp. 565-591. ISBN 978-0-444-51781-4

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