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New Textbook! Taking an applied mathematics approach, An Introduction to Exotic Option Pricing illustrates how to use straightforward techniques to price a wide range of exotic options within the Black–Scholes framework. These methods can even be used as control variates in a Monte Carlo simulation of a stochastic volatility model.
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