Employee Stock Options: Using Monte Carlo Simulation to Create Exercise Strategies

Srikanth, Sreenivasan
August 2001
Journal of Financial Planning;Aug2001, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p92
Academic Journal
Outlines a methodology to make the evaluation of the risk inherent in employee stock options. Types of options granted to employees; Overview of tax rules and assumptions; Way to conduct a probability analysis.


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