3 credit course: 26:711:561:01
Mathematical Methods of Economics


Course description: Exploration of the quantitative tools and principles used to model and study operational procedures in economic and business systems -- types of variables, mathematical sets, and functional forms in constrained and unconstrained optimization. Other topics include tractability, duality, Kuhn-Tucker theory, difference & differential equations, algorithms and computation. Prerequisite: admission to the doctoral program or special permission.

Mathematics for Economists
Carl P. Simon and Lawrence Blume
Norton, 1994;  
ISBN # 0-393-95733-0



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