What is another word for financial engineering?

Pronunciation: [fa͡ɪnˈanʃə͡l ˌɛnd͡ʒɪnˈi͡əɹɪŋ] (IPA)

Financial engineering is a discipline that combines financial theory, mathematical tools, and programming techniques to solve complex financial problems. Synonyms for financial engineering include quantitative finance, computational finance, and mathematical finance. These disciplines apply mathematical principles and models for pricing and forecasting financial instruments, managing risk, and designing financial products. In recent years, financial engineering has expanded to include machine learning, big data analytics, and artificial intelligence. These tools and techniques help to analyze financial data quickly and accurately, leading to more informed decision-making. Financial engineering plays a crucial role in modern finance, with applications in investment banking, asset management, insurance, and risk management.

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  • [In] economics... you can disguise charlatanism under the weight of equations and nobody can catch you since there is no such thing as a controlled experiment. Now the spirit of such methods, called scientism by its detractors, continued into the discipline of finance as a few technicians thought their mathematical knowledge could lead them to understand markets. The practice of financial engineering came along with massive doses of pseudoscience. (page 115)
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