An Introduction to High-Frequency FinanceBy
- Ramazan Gençay
- Michel Dacorogna
- Ulrich Muller
- Olivier Pictet
- Richard Olsen
Financial analysts and practitioners, as well as advanced undergraduate and graduate students in the areas of econometrics, applied economic analysis, economic statistics, and probability and statistics.
Hardbound, 383 Pages
Published: April 2001
Imprint: Academic Press
"The authors have shaped the field of high-frequency data in finance; the text provides an excellent summary of their pioneering work."
Prepublication Praise:, --PAUL EMBRECHTS, Professor of Mathematics, ETH Zurich
"An Introduction to High-Frequency Finance by the research team from Olsen & Associates is an amazing presentation of their work over the last decade and a half examining high-frequency, primarily currency, data. The volume includes details of data handling, filtering methods, scaling procedures, volatility models, automatic market making and trading rules that for many years were proprietary information. I highly recommend the book for anyone using tick data."
--ROBERT ENGLE, Department of Finance, Stern School, NYU and Department of Economics, University of California, San Diego
"At long last, the study of financial prices is moving beyond convenient oversimplifications. For providing much of the best data and an indispensable bridge between the financial and academic communities, this flowering is deeply indebted to the group led by Dr. Richard Olsen. This group and its alumni have also analyzed their own data. That work, which I often quote, has now been collected and extended in a book. I shall wear it out by constant use and it is a delight to recommend it to the emerging rational finance community."
--BENOIT B. MANDELBROT, Sterling Professor of Mathematical Sciences, Yale University