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Discriminating Monopolist with Two Independent Markets
Hurst Exponent of Stock Price
Utility Maximization with a Kinked Budget Constraint
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
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
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