** General topics**

- Computer Tools for finance
- Using R in finance
- Writing in business settings
- Linear Algebra

- Graphical illustrations for empirical finance
- Implementing the Black Jensen Scholes asset pricing tests
- Implementing the Fama Macbeth asset pricing tests
- Implementing the Gibbons Ross Shanken (1989) test
- GMM estimation of CAPM
- Event studies

This is lecture notes for a PhD level financial theory course, in theorem-proof form. It summarizes many of the key results in finance.

The lectures do not include the proofs. Those are only available to students when I teach this, but I do give reference to sources.

- Expected utility and risk aversion
- The canonical Portfolio Problem
- Insurance in the same framework
- Mean Variance analysis
- The Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM)
- State Pricing
- Linear Pricing
- Derivatives
- APT The Ross Arbitrage Pricing Theory, an asset pricing model.