First seminar: Friday 26th April
Room B 252
Financial bubbles and crashes are well observed phenomena in these days. Bubbles can be defined as a period of unsustainable growth where the price follows a faster-than-exponential power law growth process, often accompanied with log-periodic oscillations.
To be announced
Target Participants: Bachelor students of Business Mathematics and master students of Financial and Insurance mathematics. Please apply by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pre-requisites: Financial Mathematics I+II, Econometrics, Probability Theory.
Applicable credits: 3 ECTs for WP7 and WP12 for bachelor students of Business Mathematics, 3 ECTs for P2.2 for master students of Financial and Insurance mathematics