REFERENCES AND SOURCES

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Chapter 1: Leonardo Fibonacci

C.M. Brown (2008), Fibonacci Analysis, Bloomberg Press, New York.

K. Devlin (2011), The Man of Numbers: Fibonacci's Arithmetic Revolution, Walker Publishing Company, New York.

L. Eisenberg (2006), THE NUMBER: A Completely Different Way to Think About the Rest of Your Life, The Free Press, New York.

W.N. Goetzmann and K.G. Rouwenhorst, editors (2005), The Origin of Value: The Financial Innovations that Created Modern Capital Markets, Oxford University Press, New York.

W.N. Goetzmann (2003), Fibonacci and the Financial Revolution, working paper, Yale University International Center for Finance.

R.E. Grimm (1973), “The Autobiography of Leonardo Pisano,”Fibonacci Quarterly, Vol. 11, No. 1, February, pp. 99-104.

G. Poitras (2000), The Early History of Financial Economics: 1478–1776, Edward Elgar Publishing, Northampton.

L. Sigler (2002), Fibonacci's Liber Abaci: A Translation into Modern English of Leonardo Pisano's Book of Calculation, Springer Verlag, New York.

P. Zima and R.L. Brown (1993), Mathematics of Finance (4th Edition), McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Toronto.

Chapter 2: Benjamin Gompertz

J.F. Carriere (1994), An investigation of the Gompertz law of mortality, Actuarial Research Clearing House.

D.C.M. Dickson, M.R. Hardy and H.R. Waters (2009), Actuarial Mathematics for Life Contingent Risks, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. ...

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