Edhec-Risk
Portfolio Management
Robust Portfolio Optimization and Management

Authors: Frank J. Fabozzi, CFA, Petter N. Kolm, Dessislava Pachamanova, Sergio M. Focardi
Editions: Wiley Finance
Pages: 495 pages
Date: June 2007
 
 
 
Summary
Praise for Robust Portfolio Optimization and Management:
  • "In the half century since Harry Markowitz introduced his elegant theory for selecting portfolios, investors and scholars have extended and refined its application to a wide range of real-world problems, culminating in the contents of this masterful book. Fabozzi, Kolm, Pachamanova, and Focardi deserve high praise for producing a technically rigorous yet remarkably accessible guide to the latest advances in portfolio construction."
    Mark Kritzman, President and CEO, Windham Capital Management, LLC

  • "The topic of robust optimization (RO) has become 'hot' over the past several years, especially in real-world financial applications. This interest has been sparked, in part, by practitioners who implemented classical portfolio models for asset allocation without considering estimation and model robustness a part of their overall allocation methodology, and experienced poor performance. Anyone interested in these developments ought to own a copy of this book. The authors cover the recent developments of the RO area in an intuitive, easy-to-read manner, provide numerous examples, and discuss practical considerations. I highly recommend this book to finance professionals and students alike."
    John M. Mulvey, Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering, Princeton University

About the Authors:

Frank J. Fabozzi, PhD, CFA, was Professor in the Practice of Finance at Yale University's School of Management at the time of writing, and is the Editor of the Journal of Portfolio Management. He is currently Professor of Finance at EDHEC Business School.

Petter N. Kolm, PhD, is a graduate student in finance at the Yale School of Management and a financial consultant in New York City. He previously worked at Goldman Sachs asset management where he developed quantitative investment models and strategies.

Dessislava A. Pachamanova, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Operations Research at Babson College. Her experience also includes work for Goldman Sachs and WestLB, and teaching management science, probability, statistics, and financial mathematics at MIT and Princeton University.

Sergio M. Focardi was a founding partner of the Paris-based consulting firm, The Intertek Group at the time of writing. He is currently Professor of Finance at EDHEC Business School.
 
 

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