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Article

Osborne, Michael and Davidson, Ian (2016) The Cambridge capital controversies: contributions from the complex plane. Review of Political Economy, 28 (2). pp. 251-269. ISSN 0953-8259

Osborne, Michael and O'Reilly, Edward (2015) A model illustrating multiple interest rate analysis (MIRA). Wolfram Demonstrations Project.

Osborne, Mike (2011) A note on Macaulay’s formula for duration. SSRN.

Osborne, Mike (2011) An essay on the inadequacy of APR as a measure of the cost of consumer credit, and why consumer credit legislation should be revised. SSRN.

Osborne, Mike (2010) On the meaning of internal rates of return and why an internal rate of return is not an investment criterion. SSRN.

Osborne, Mike (2010) A resolution to the NPV-IRR debate? Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 50 (2). pp. 234-239. ISSN 10629769

Osborne, Mike (2010) The Cambridge controversies in the theory of capital: a solution to the reswitching puzzle. SSRN.

Osborne, Mike (2005) On the computation of a formula for the duration of a bond that yields precise results. Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 45 (1). pp. 161-183. ISSN 10629769

Osborne, Mark J and Osborne, Michael J (2003) A polynomial that is a statistical prism. Mathematical Gazette, 87 (508). pp. 76-85.

Osborne, Mike (2001) Three extensions to the visualisation of financial concepts in the complex plane. Computers in Higher Education Economics Review, 14 (2). pp. 16-20.

Osborne, Mike (2000) Visualizing financial concepts in the complex plane. Computers in Higher Education Economics Review, 14 (1). pp. 4-8. ISSN 13585363

Osborne, Mike (1993) Chaos and the internal rate of return. Computers in Higher Education Economics Review (19). ISSN 13585363

Osborne, Mike (1990) Financial chaos. Management Accounting, 68 (10). pp. 32-33. ISSN 0025-1690

Conference or Workshop Item

Osborne, Michael (2015) Exponential versus hyperbolic discounting: a theoretical analysis. In: 2015 Behavioural Finance Working Group Conference, 11-12 Jun 2015, Queen Mary University, London.

Osborne, Michael and Davidson, Ian (2013) The Cambridge controversies in the theory of capital: contributions from the complex plane. In: 15th Conference of the Association for Heterodox Economics, 4-6 July, 2013, London Metropolitan University.

Osborne, Mike (2011) On the significance of Sraffa's reswitching: some long-standing financial puzzles and their joint resolution. In: Keynes Seminar, Post Keynesian Study Group, Robinson College, Cambridge.

Osborne, Mike (2005) A simple, accurate formula for the duration of a portfolio of bonds under a non-parallel shift of a non-flat yield curve. In: International Conference on Finance, Finance Research Unit, University of Copenhagen, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Osborne, Mike (2004) On the computation of a new formula for the duration of a bond that yields precise results without the need for convexity and other devices. In: 53rd Annual Conference of the Midwest Finance Association, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Osborne, Mike (2002) A fresh look at the time value of money equation. In: 15th Australasian Finance & Banking Conference, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

Osborne, Mike (2001) On the time value of money equation and its application to risk. In: 3rd International Conference on Money, Investment & Risk, Nottingham Trent University.

Osborne, Mike (2001) A new approach to interest rate sensitivity using the complex plane. In: Proceedings of the International ICSC Congress on Computational Intelligence: Methods and Applications (CIMA'2001), Advanced Computing in the Financial Markets, University of Wales at Bangor.

Osborne, Mike (1996) The impact of some market research on the design of a training program for the wholesale financial markets. In: Proceedings: International Conference on `Finance & Banking Training in the Modern World', Moscow, Russia.

Book

Osborne, Michael J (2014) Multiple interest rate analysis: theory and applications. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781137372765

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