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Transportation, storage, seasonality and settlement issues hardly figure in financial markets and their modelling. Yet, they are crucial to the working of energy markets and, as a result, traditional financial models must be customised to give useful results. More broadly, traders and portfolio managers, who make crucial decisions based on the output of these models, should be familiar with their power and their limitations. Ronald Huisman has combined both academic and practical approaches in "An Introduction to Models for the Energy Markets" to provide the reader with a clear exposition of the thinking behind the range of models used today in energy finance - from the most basic to the cutting edge. In each chapter, a series of case-study examples offers the reader practical examples of the models' application as well as insights into extension and development. "An Introduction to Models for the Energy Markets" is an essential purchase for all risk and portfolio managers, analysts and researchers for energy companies, banks and energy investment companies. It will also be required reading for students and academic researchers in the energy area.
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Ronald Huisman is Associate Professor of Financial Economics and Energy at Erasmus School of Economics. He is also a director of FinEdge International Group. The FinEdge International Group consists of research-oriented companies working on innovative solutions with respect to financial strategies and trading and investment management in international financial markets. He has published many papers on this subject and has also contributed to various edited books on energy economics.
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Book Description Risk Books, 2009. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # MB00E7UZ5KY