ProFile helps students to communicate with people across departments and across industry sectors. This three-level, topic-based course takes students progressively through the main themes of business. It has a carefully graded language syllabus, systematic practice of all four skills, integrated case-studies, and authentic video interviews on CD-ROM. ProFile has more grammar, more recycling, more writing, and more careful grading of language than most Business English courses. It can be used as a stand-alone Business English course, or as the core Business English element in a wider-ranging language training programme.
Clear introduction to business for teachers and students.
Teaches students specialist business vocabulary.
Global content and authentic sources.
Integrated video CD-ROM with Student's Book.
Progressive language syllabus.
Fluency-driven case-studies (levels 2 and 3).
Complete commercial writing syllabus.
Case studies help students recycle their new language and understanding of business areas.
Video interviews introduce students to people across different jobs and industries.
Video/DVD available for each level.
|A Partial Introduction to Financial Asset Pricing Theory|
|Derivative Securities: Models and Methods|
|Modeling Financial Security Returns Using Levy Processes|
|Pricing with Wishart Risk Factors|
|Spectral Methods in Derivatives Pricing|
|Variational Methods in Derivatives Pricing|
|Discrete Path-Dependent Options|
|Interest Rate and Credit Risk Models and Derivatives|
|Topics in Interest Rate Theory|
|Calculating Portfolio Credit Risk|
|Valuation of Basket Credit Derivatives in the Credit Migrations Environment|
|Option Pricing: Real and Risk-Neutral Distributions George Constantinides|
|Total Risk Minimization Using Monte Carlo Simulations Thomas Coleman|
|Queuing-Theoretic Approaches to Financial Price Fluctuations|
|Economic Credit Capital Allocation and Risk Contributions|
|Liquidity Risk and Option Pricing Theory|
|Financial Engineering: Applications in Insurance|
|Dynamic Portfolio Choice and Risk Aversion|
|Optimization Methods in Portfolio Management|
|Simulation Methods for Optimal Portfolios|
|Duality Theory and Approximate Dynamic Programming for Pricing American Options and Portfolio Optimization|
|Asset Allocation with Multivariate Non-Gaussian Returns|
|Large Deviation Techniques and Financial Applications|
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Audience: English as a Second Language (ESL)
Format: Book with CD or DVD
Number Of Pages: 148
Published: 24th February 2005
Dimensions (cm): 27.4 x 20.8 x 1.0
Weight (kg): 0.449