Value & Risk

 
 

The key aims of this course are to explain how agents react under conditions of uncertainty in the context of financial mathematics.  We will introduce and develop a model of how individuals make investment and insurance decisions when faced with risk; we will explore the trade-off between risk and reward, and explain how our attitude to risk affects how we value a portfolio. We can then use the theory to explain the prices of assets and the cost of insurance.


For resources and problem sheets please see Weblearn:

Undergraduates: Weblearn SB4b Overview

MSc: Weblearn SM10 Course Material


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Course: SB4b

Actuarial Science II


Lectures:

Hilary Term

Thursdays 10am - 12 noon

LG.01

Statistics Department, St. Giles


Undergraduate Classes:

Hilary Term

4 classes of 1.5 hours each

Even Weeks


Msc Classes:

Hilary Term

Even Weeks 9am

Statistics Department, St. Giles