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WILMOTT magazine contains in-depth analysis, new products, book and software reviews, and solutions. Six information-packed issues every year. It's the easiest way for you to keep up to date with quantitative analysis, the institutions, and the people who make it happen.

WILMOTT magazine has an unrivalled stable of regular contributors. Ed Thorp, Espen Haug, Alan Lewis, Aaron Brown, Bill Ziemba, Henriette Prast and others are not only the most experienced finance gurus, but they also have in common that they each have a column in WILMOTT magazine.

No other publication has such an excellent reputation for putting theory into practice and for its journalistic integrity.

WILMOTT magazine publishes research articles for and by the international quantitative finance community. The emphasis of the magazine is on practicality of the research, new approaches and new methods. Topics covered include derivatives pricing, hedging and risk management, trading strategies, asset allocation, fundamental analysis, forecasting, econometrics.

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Not only are our magazine articles prescient, and our journal articles cutting edge, our magazine covers are also famous



Editor's Letter
CQF Snapshots
Erratum for Cars
The skewed world of Jan Darasz

Columns & Features

Cover Story: Clear Liquid?
Aaron Brown: Handicapping Tournaments
Rudi Bogni: Hubris and Fear
Satyajit Das: The End of Trust
Bill Ziemba: The 2013-2014 NFL Playoffs and the Super Bowl
Quant University: High Dimensionality in Large Datasets: Part I

Technical Papers

Peter Jäckel: Clamping Down on Arbitrage
Daniele Bernardi and Ruggero Bertelli: The DIAMAN Ratio
Jan De Spiegeleer and Wim Schoutens: CoCo Bonds With Extension Risk