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Demonstrations 21 - 40 of 326
Pricing Put Options with the Crank-Nicolson Method
Bootstrapping Credit Default Swap Data
Monopsony in the Labor Market
Nondiscriminating Monopolist with Two Independent Markets
General Equilibrium with Production: Robinson Crusoe with and without Trade
Convergence of Binomial Option Pricing under Nonconstant Volatility
Supply Curve from Piecewise Linear Cost Function
Duopoly Model in 3D
Forming the Efficient Frontier When Returns Are Non-Normal
Maximizing a Bermudan Put with a Single Early-Exercise Temporal Point
Isocosts, Isoquants, Isocline Lines, and Scale Lines for Homogeneous (Cobb-Douglas) Functions
European Binomial Option Pricing with Nonconstant Volatility
Deriving the Liquidity Preference-Money Supply (LM) Curve
How Continuous Innovation Affects Supply, Producer Surplus, and Consumer Surplus
Deriving the Labor Demand Curve
Marginal Utility Budget Line
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