Financial Derivatives and Hedging in Energy Markets

A special issue of Risks (ISSN 2227-9091).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 1 January 2025 | Viewed by 87

Special Issue Editors


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Department of Economics, Management and Business Law, University of Bari, 70121 Bari, Italy
Interests: stochastic models; asset pricing; arbitrage strategies; dynamic models; commodity finance and markets; interest rate and credit risk modelling.

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Department of Economics and Finance, University of Bari, 70121 Bari, Italy
Interests: stochastic processes; stochastic models for interest rates; Skew-Geometric Brownian motions and applications in finance; forecasting: interest rates forecasting; natural catastrophes (NatCat) forecasting; option pricing in incomplete markets; generalized Trotter-Kato formulas for option pricing problems in incomplete markets; option pricing under changes of numeraire; Expected transaction costs; and generalized Barone-Adesi Whaley formula for turbolent markets

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

The liberalization of energy markets has given rise to new patterns of financial product prices and the need for models that could accurately describe price dynamics as they grew exponentially to improve decision-making for all the agents involved in energy issues.

Energy derivatives play an important role in the modern financial system and are widely used for speculation, industrial production planning, and risk hedging. In the global energy markets, energy derivatives enable participants to manage the risk associated with volatile prices, speculate on future price movements, and achieve investment diversification. Definitively, they encourage better price discovery and risk transfer.

Therefore, mathematical and statistical tools are important for estimating, implementing and calibrating quantitative models, pricing and trading energy-linked products, and managing basic and complex portfolio risks.

Topics for consideration in this Special Issue include, among others, the following:

  • The pricing of energy derivatives;
  • Hedging with futures, options, and swaps;
  • Portfolio risk management;
  • Modeling dynamic hedge ratios;
  • Mathematical finance;
  • Advanced hedging measures;
  • Risk-neutral valuation;
  • The arbitrage theory;
  • Derivative trading.

Dr. Viviana Fanelli
Dr. Michele Bufalo
Guest Editors

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Keywords

  • energy derivatives
  • pricing
  • risk management
  • hedging

Published Papers

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