金融工学と人材教育(<特集>金融工学の展望と課題) Financial Engineering and Human Resources Development
In the "first financial engineering boom" in the latter half of the 1980's, Japanese financial organizations tried to introduce advanced financial technologies developed in Europe and the U.S., and recruited many science/engineering students. Although this boom was short-lived and vanished with the end of the "bubble economy", research efforts in this field were maintained until the advent of the "Japanese financial big bang", or attempts at radical reform of the financial system of the country, including opening up the market to other countries. This triggered a second boom, in which science/engineering schools, traditionally aloof from finance, began joining field. Following a brief summary of this development and the present states of financial engineering, the author presents a proposal on future curriculum in this field.
- 研究 技術 計画
研究 技術 計画 14(3), 169-173, 1999