Guide to the Encyclopedia of Financial Models
The Encyclopedia of Financial Models provides comprehensive coverage of the field of financial modeling. This reference work consists of three separate volumes and 127 entries. Each entry provides coverage of the selected topic intended to inform a broad spectrum of readers ranging from finance professionals to academicians to students to fiduciaries. To derive the greatest possible benefit from the Encyclopedia of Financial Models, we have provided this guide. It explains how the information within the encyclopedia can be located.
The Encyclopedia of Financial Models is organized to provide maximum ease of use for its readers.
Table of Contents
A complete table of contents for the entire encyclopedia appears in the front of each volume. This list of titles represents topics that have been carefully selected by the editor, Frank J. Fabozzi. The Preface includes a more detailed description of the volumes and the topic categories that the entries are grouped under.
A Subject Index for the entire encyclopedia is located at the end of each volume. The subjects in the index are listed alphabetically and indicate the volume and page number where information on this topic can be found.
Each entry in the Encyclopedia of Financial Models begins on a new page, so that the reader may quickly locate it. The author’s name and affiliation are displayed at the beginning of the entry. All entries in the encyclopedia are ...