Mathematical Finance at DCU | Mathematical Sciences
Financial and Actuarial Mathematics
Who should buy derivatives?
What is a bubble in asset prices?
When should you buy or sell stocks?
Why does a bond yield more than another?
Where are the best investment opportunities?
How can you take advantage of them minimizing risk?
Central questions in Finance today involve complex Mathematical models. Our mission is answering these questions.
Academic staff working in this area are:
If you are interested in pursuing a Ph.D. in this area, you should contact a prospective advisor. See also the general information for prospective postgraduate students.