Both sources provide a methodical and in-depth presentation of a doctrine or subject. Handbooks differ from treatises in their popular nature and more general approach to the subject.

  • Masson, Dobus J., The treasurer's handbook of financial management : applying the theories, concepts and quantitative methods of corporate finance (Chicago, Cambridge, Probus publishing, c1995)
  • Handbook of mathematical economics, edited by Kenneth J. Arrow and Michael Intriligator (Amsterdam, North-Holland, 1991).