Rüdiger Frey

Prof. for Mathematics & Finance
WU Vienna - Department for Finance, Accounting and Statistics
Re­search In­terests

Fin­an­cial mathem­at­ics, Quant­it­at­ive risk man­age­ment, Stochastics, Fin­an­cial eco­nom­ics

Se­lec­ted Pub­lic­a­tions
  • Frey, R., Kurt, K., Damian, C., 2020, How safe are european safe bonds? An ana­lysis from the per­spect­ive of mod­ern credit risk mod­els. Journal of Bank­ing and Fin­ance 119, 1-18; this pa­per won the WU Best Pa­per Award 2021 in cat­egory 1: “quant­it­at­ive-ana­lyt­ical or the­or­et­ical work”.

  • Ceci, C., Colaneri, K., Frey, R., Köck, V., 2020, Value Ad­just­ments and Dy­namic Hedging of Re­in­sur­ance Coun­ter­party Risk. SIAM Journal on Fin­an­cial Mathem­at­ics 11 (3), 788-814.

  • Colaneri, K., Ek­si-Altay, Z., Frey, R., Szölgy­enyi, M., 2020, Op­timal Li­quid­a­tion un­der Par­tial In­form­a­tion with Price Im­pact. Stochastic Pro­cesses and their Ap­plic­a­tions 130 (4), 1913-1946.

  • Frey, R., Rösler, L., Lu, D., 2019, Cor­por­ate se­cur­ity prices in struc­tural credit risk mod­els with in­com­plete in­form­a­tion. Mathem­at­ical Fin­ance 29, 84-116.

  • Damian, C., Ek­si-Altay, Z., Frey, R., 2018, EM al­gorithm for Markov chains ob­served via Gaus­sian noise and point pro­cess in­form­a­tion: The­ory and case stud­ies. Stat­ist­ics and Risk Mod­el­ing 35 (1-2), 51-72.

  • Book: McNeil, A., Frey, R., Em­brechts, P., 2015, Quant­it­at­ive Risk Man­age­ment: Con­cepts, Tech­niques, and Tools. 2nd fully re­vised ed­i­tion in Prin­ceton Ser­ies in Fin­ance. New Jer­sey: Prin­ceton Uni­versity Press.

  • VCMF 2019 - Vi­enna Con­gress on Mathem­at­ical Fin­ance, Septem­ber 9-13, 2019, WU Wien (& TU Wien, Uni­versität Wien, Wolfgang Pauli In­sti­tute Vi­enna), Leader Or­gan­iz­ing and Scien­ti­fic Com­mit­tee.

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