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If you continue to have problems, try retrieving your login name password or contacting Customer Technical Support. He has been a visiting professor at Universita Bocconi in Milan, Italy, and was a member of the finance faculty at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Coverage of current valuation techniques includes single- and multi-period models; models set in discrete-time and continuous-time; and models of endowment economies and production economies.
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By striking a balance between fundamental theories and cutting-edge research, Pennacchi offers the reader a well-rounded introduction to modern asset pricing theory that does not require a high level of mathematical complexity. A user-friendly presentation builds student knowledge, offering equal exposure to technical rigor and motivating discussions.
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Pennacchi is a professor of finance and a co-director of the Office for Banking Research at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.