Fischer Black

Fischer Black

Fischer Sheffey Black (January 11, 1938 – August 30, 1995) was an American economist, best known as one of the authors of the famous Black–Scholes equation.

Read more about Fischer Black:  Background, Economic Career, Illness and Death, Posthumous Recognition, Fischer Black Prize

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Fischer Black Prize
... In 2002, the American Finance Association established the biennially awarded Fischer Black Prize ... The award is given to a young researcher whose body of work "best exemplifies the Fischer Black hallmark of developing original research that is ...
American Finance Association - Prizes and Awards - Fischer Black Prize
... Biennially, the association awards the Fischer Black Prize at its annual meeting ... The award, named in honor of economist Fischer Black, recognizes an outstanding young academic whose original research has made a significant contribution to the field ...
Quantitative Analyst - Seminal Publications
... and Merton Miller, Theory of Finance 1973 - Fischer Black and Myron Scholes, The Pricing of Options and Corporate Liabilities and Robert C ... Merton, Theory of Rational Option Pricing, Black–Scholes 1976 - Fischer Black, The pricing of commodity contracts, Black model 1977 - Phelim Boyle, Options A Monte Carlo Approach, Monte Carlo methods ... futures, and other derivatives (7th edition issued in 2008) 1990 - Fischer Black, Emanuel Derman and William Toy, A One-Factor Model of Interest Rates and Its Application to ...

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